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John Arthur Loring 
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LORING GENEALOGY 



COMPILED FROM 

"THE CHRONICLES OR ANCESTRAL RECORDS" 
OF JAMES SPEARE LORING, FROM HIS ORIGINAL 
MANUSCRIPT IN POSSESSION OF THE NEW ENG- 
LAND HISTORIC GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY, BY 
PERMISSION; FROM THE MANUSCRIPTS 
OF JOHN ARTHUR LORING, AND 
FROM MANY OTHER SOURCES 



BY 

CHARLES HENRY POPE 

assisted bt 
Eathabine Peabodt Lorinq 



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PREFACE 



Thib Genealogy has quite a history. About the 
year 1850 a Boston booksdler and publisher, James 
Speare Loring, began to gather items of interest about 
Lorings, and in process of time built up a history of the 
descendants of Deacon Thomas Loring, who came from 
England to America in 1634, writing out the records of 
each of the deacon's four sons and carrying down the 
lines separately. Not completing it as he wished, at 
his death in 1888 he bequeathed his manuscript to the 
New England EQstoric Genealogical Society, by whose 
permission we have published it. Some time later 
Justice William Caleb Loring, of Boston, borrowed the 
manuscript and had it typewritten and bound in book 
form; and it resinned its place on the shelves of the 
Society. Afterward John Arthur Loring, master printer, 
of Springfield, borrowed one of the copies Justice Loring 
had made and indexed it very fully — typewritten — 
and gave the volume back again for those interested to 
peruse. But he went further; taking names of Lorings 
from advertisements, letterheads and public prints, in 
addition to his own very wide circle of relations of the 
blood, he revised the work of James Speare Loring and 
did a very fine piece of compilation, extending the records 
very much. When he found his health failing he hastened 
eagerly to complete the work, and l^t it in what seemed 
to him a stage very near the point of publication. His 
self-denying labors for the family came to an end in 1900, 
and a decade passed before his dreams came true. Then 
Charles Henry Pope was informed of the state of the 
Book of the Lorings and was asked to take hold of the 
enterprise. Mrs. John Arthur Loring was satisfied that 
all would be properly done, when Miss Katharine Pea- 



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vi PREFACE 

body Loring came forward with a proposition to purchase 
the manuscript, and guaranteed its suitable publication 
under the editorship of Mr. Pope. 

The latter copieid all Loring births, marriages and 
deaths found in the office of the Secretary of State of 
Massachusetts, the transcripts of town and city records 
since 1840, obtained addresses of Lorings in some five 
hundred cities and towns from directories (in the library 
of Sampson & Murdock Company, Boston), sent out 
circulars to the persons thus found and carried on an 
extensive correspondence to get the largest practicable 
roll of the family. This work has been done at the 
charges and in accord with the ideas of Miss Loring 
above mentioned, whose large expmence in library and 
other matters has made her service to the genealogy very 
valuable. Thus the work has grown and rounded out 
and gained in substance, till the latest returns from 
Spain and additions to the '^ cradle-roll" have been 
included, and the book is issued. 

No one will ever know its limitations and imperfections 
as painfully as the editor, who has done his best to make 
it perfect; some errors have crept in through other avenues; 
in some cases the date of an occurrence has been stated 
in two or three ways by members of a family and found 
different from that in the public record; in others suc- 
cessive letters of a correspondent have shown difference, 
either with apology or in simple carelessness. Worse 
than that, perhaps, have been the n^ect and failure of 
some of the family to reply to letters, circulars or verbal 
requests for information. Such causes have left certain 
groups of the family imperfectly described. But we 
believe the genealogy as a whole is well up to the average 
of such works, and in certain parts has definite excellence. 
The method of the work is that called ''the Register 
plan''; in the Introduction the subject of English Lorings 
is treated by Miss Loring; then the story of Deacon 
Thonoas Loring, of Axminstar, England, and Hingham 
and Hull, Massachusetts, is presented, and after that his 
children in the order of their birth, with their family 



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lists; daughters with whatever is known about them and 
their issue are given, but each son who married is numbered 
and his story carried forward, and then follow these 
grandsons of Deacon Thomas in the order of their fathers' 
birth and their own. So through the book, each genera- 
tion is treated as a whole and not in four groups as the 
earlier compilers arranged them. 

The substance of these earlier compilations has been 
edited in the interest of fair treatment for the whole family 
and restatement of many matters in the light of later 
study. In one case a hundred and fifty typewritten 
pages upon one man have been condensed into a single 
page of print; in others eictensive discourses on various 
subjects have been omitted as not germane to this work. 
Yet very many records have been copied and great honor 
is due to the able and self-denying ^orts of those who 
laid the foundations of Loring Genealogy. It has not 
been practicable to give separate credit to the authors 
of the successive paragraphs; but all articles have been 
subjected to the closest scrutiny and repeated examina- 
tion. If definite errors are discovered in the book please 
communicate them to Miss Katharine Peabody Loring, 
Pride's Crossing, Massachusetts. 



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ILLUSTRATIONS 

John Arthur Loring Frontispiece . 

OppotiU 
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Loring Ck>at8 of Arms xii « 

Loring CJoat of Arms (in colors) xiv* 

Axminster, England. xvi . 

The Farm at Tolsais in Axminster xvii , 

Azminster Church 2, 

Lexington Burying Ground 76' 

The Mansion of CJommodore Joshua Loring 78* 

Joseph Loring 80* 

Benjamin Loring 82 • 

Caleb Loring 96* 

Beverend Bailey Loring 114. 

Captain George Loring 140» 

Captain Solomon Loring 160 * 

Mrs. Emma (Loring) Conant 160*^ 

Charles Greely Loring 166 » 

Daughters of Major John Loring 218 1 

Loring Pasha (General W. W. Loring) 228 * 

Warden John Hayes Loring 262 • 

Caleb William Loring 262 / 

Miss Katharine Peabody Loring 264 i 

Miss Louisa Putnam Loring 264 • 

Charles Greely Loring 266* 

Captain Benjamin William Loring 278 * 

Captain John Loring 294 . 

Deacon Ira Loring and sons John and Albert 306 ^ 

Justice William Caleb Loring. 336 ^ 

Augustus Peabody Loring 338 • 

Charles Greely Loring, 3d 340 • 

Colonel Edward P. Loring 358 * 

Lieutenant-Colonel Walter Latham Loring 362 * 

Major Charles Buxton L(»ing 362 • 

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INTRODUCTION 

It is pleasant and desirable to know about our ancestors, 
and» sooner or later, every one has the wish to do so; 
for membership in patriotic societies, careful investigation 
is necessary, as family legends and unverified discoveries 
are misleading. It is to provide a solid foundation 
for enlarged study of families of Loring that this book 
is made. It deals only with the descendants of Thomas 
who migrated from Axminster, Devonshire, in 1634. 
Although its scope is strictly limited we record in this 
introduction all that has been learned of Lorings in 
England before the time of Thomas, in order to save 
trouble for future students and to suggest directions for 
research. 

Extracts from parish registers and probate records 
in England show us the Founder of the Family as a farmer 
and church warden, but fail to establish his parentage 
or ancestry. 

For the origin of the name and for notices of early 
Lorings, the reader is referred to the volumes of manu- 
script by James Speaie Loring and those of John Arthur 
Loring in the library of the New England Historic Genea- 
logical Society. 

The first Loring seems to have been Robert, a poet, 
mathematician and architect, who built the Cathedral 
of Hereford and was made bishop of that see in 1279. 
The next Loring of importance mentioned is Sir Pers 
(Piers or Petrus), a very active citizen, knighted in the 
reign of Henry III, and granted a coat of arms described: 
''Quarterly argent et goules, et bend sable." He 
married Jane Morteyn and had a son Roger, also knighted, 
who married Cassandra, daughter of Reginald Perth. 
His son was Sir Neell (Nele, Neale or Nigel) Loring, 
who is the h^-o of Conan Doyle's historic noveb, 



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"The White Company" and "Sir Nigel." A great deal 
is known of him, the principal facts only are given here, 
quoted from ''The Stall Plates of the Knights of the 
Order of the Garter," by Sir W. H. St. John Hope, Arnold 
CouBtabie and Company, Ld., London, 1901, from which 
the stall plate is copied. 

Sir Neell was one of the first twenty-six knights of 
the order founded by Edward III in 1348. His plate 
is to be found in the twentieth stall on the north side 
of St. George's Chapel at Windsor Castle. ''A cut out 
plate representing the shield, which is quarterly silver 
and gules f a bend engrailed rabfe, with silver helm covered 
with red mantling, lined ermine, and surmounted by 
the crest, a fine brush of feathers sable^ encircled by a gold 
band. On a scroll affixed to the lower edge of the plate 
is inscribed: 

Mons: Neell: Loryng: p'm: fund"" 
(Monsieur Neell Loryng primus fundatorum). 

''Sir Neel Lorying was son and heir of Roger Loryng 
of Chalgrave in Bedfordshire, and was knighted for 
his gallant conduct in the battle off Sluys in 1340. After 
a life of great activity and devotion to his King and 
Country, Sir Neell Loryng retired to his estate at Chal- 
grave, and on his death in March, 1385-6, was buried 
in the priory church of Dunstable. He married Margaret, 
daughter and heir of Sir Ralph Beauple of Cnubeston, 
County Devon, by whom he left two daughters." It 
is known also that he was at the battle of Poictiers, 1356, 
with the Black Prince, and afterwards at Bordeaux 
in Gascony. In a book, title unknown, written to show 
the claim of the Warren family to the earldom of Warren, 
Sussex and Surrey, mention is made of arms and the fol- 
lowing inscription on the lowest pillar of the north aisle of 
the church at Oundle. The arms are very complicated and 
do not resemble the other arms of the Lorings, except 
that there are red quarterings and a " bend sable." 



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INTRODUCTION aii 

BSBE LTBTB T* BODY OF WiLLIAK L0RINOB| SBOONDf 
80NNX OF WlLUAM LORINOE OF HATMES IN TH8 COUNI 
OF GL08TEB S8Q. LINEALLY DESCENDED FROM THE 
BROTHER OF Y* HONORABLE S'NeALL LoRINOB ONE OF YE 
FOXTNDERS OF Y^ NOBLE ORDER OF Y* GARTER HE TOOKE 

TO WYFE Edith davghtbr of Thomas Warren of 

SNOWSHILL IN THE COUNTY OF GLOSTER ESQ WHO IS 
DESCENDED OF S'JOHN DE WaRREN SECOND SONNE OF 
THE RIGHT HONORABLE JoHN Y* LAST EARL WaRREN 
SURRY St SUSSEX BY WHOM HE HAD ISUE 5 SONNES 
h 5 DAUGHTERS h DIED IBS 6^ DAY OF MARCH ANNO 

DOMi. 1628 

TO WHOSE MBMORIB EdITH HIS MOST SORROWFUL WYFE IN 

TESTIFICATION OF HER EVERLASTING LOVE DOTH WITH 

UNFAYNED TEARE8 CONSECRATE THIS MONUMENT. 

No oonnectioii has been established between these 
Bedfordshire Lorings and those of Devonshire, whence 
Thomas came, though James Speare Loring remarks 
about heraldry (page 389): ''That the Lorings of New 
England were descendants of the race of Bedfordshire 
is very probable for the reason that the arms of Sir Nele 
Loryng have been hung up in their dwellings from the 
time of their ancestor of Hingham to the present period." 

''America Heraldica" gives the following crest for 
the Chalgrave Lorings, "Out of a bowl or, five quills 
erect, argent. Motto, Faire sans dire." This crest was 
used by the late Admiral Sir John Wentworth Loring 
of Southampton and the motto is added to the shield 
of Sir Petnis, borne as coat of arms of the Lorings of 
Spain. "In the case of the Marqu^ de Casa Loring 
and the Conde de Mieres, a coronet is added. Accord- 
ing to Spanish heraldry, the arms of the Marqu^ Amalia 
de Silvela, which were granted to Amalia Loring, will be 
those of the Loring family, even if the title goes to some 
one who does not bear the Loring name." (From a 
letter from the Conde de AUriz, giving the information 
of the family in Spain July, 1917.) 

The extracts from parish records printed herewith 



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do not show an3rthiBg of value as regards Thomas, but, 
by following these clues, something may be found. 

RECORDS OF LORINGS 
FROM AXMINSTER PARISH, ENGLAND* 

CoFiSD FOB Misses Kathabinb Psabody Lorinq and 

LoxTiSA Putnam Loring by Mr« Cornish, of 

CsDAR House, Axminster 

Note. The registers of Aimiinster parish begin in 
1559 and extend to 1580; then there is a gap to 1648 
for baptisms and burials and to 1695 for marriages. 
Clerks were required to send copies of all records to the 
office of the bishop of each diocese, and these transcripts 
may exist at Exeter for the missing years. All that 
Mr. Cornish obtained affords very slight material for 
ascertaining the history of the Loring family, and gives 
nothing that is certainly connected with the New England 
pioneer family. 

The name is spelled Lorinq, Loreino, Lorinoe, 

LOREN, LOWRING, LORYNG, CtC. 

Richard, son of John and Alice, buried Feb. 21, 1559- 
1560. 

Alice, wife of John, of Tolsais, buried April 24, 1560. 

Agnes, daughter of Elizabeth and William, buried 
March 1, 1562-3. 

Alice, daughter of John and Agnes, baptized Feb. 23, 
1566-7. 

Alice, daughter of John (smith by trade) bapt. Oct. 10, 
1568. 

Joane, daughter of John of Tolsais, bapt. Oct. 18, 1568. 

Gertrude, daughter of John of Tolsais, bapt. Mar. 24, 
1570-1. 

Ellen, daughter of John of Tolsais, baptized April 10, 
1575. 

Joane, daughter of Thomas, tailor, by trade, bapt. 
May 12, 1575. 

Alexander, son of Thomas, tailor, bapt. July 15, 1576. 

John, son of Gyles and A^es, bapt. Nov. 1, 1577. 

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Roger, son of John, at Tolsaiss, bapt. SepL 7, 1677. 
Notice the long gap. 

Richard, son of Richard, bapt. Feb. 7, 1648-9. 

Thomas, son of Edward and Mary, bapt. Feb. 9, 1648-9. 

Hanna, daughter of John at Abbey Gate, bapt. Mar. 
31, 1650. 

Robert, son of Richard, buried April 20, 1650. 

Richard, son of John of Bever, bapt. Aug. 17, 1650. 

Richard, the elder, of Bever, buried Nov. 8, 1661. 

Giles, son of Giles and Christian, buried July 12, 1670. 

Mr. Cornish copied many other records of the years 
long after Deacon Thomas Loring and his family had 
come to New England, which a£ford no light whatever 
on the origin of the American family. 

We know that Deacon Thomas' son Thomas was born 
about 1629; by that token we may estimate that Thomas, 
the father, was bom not far from 1600. His father may 
have been bom thirty years earlier, or about 1570. 
Roger, son of John of Tolsaiss, baptized September 7, 
1577, would have been old enough to have been father 
of the father of Deacon Thomas, and may have died 
before the commencement of extant records in 1648. Or 
John, son of Gyles and Agnes, baptized November 1, 
1577, may have been the person. Or, again, Alexander, 
son of Thomas, the tailor, may have been that grand- 
father of the American immigrant. 

It i^ well to study the r^psters of adjacent or neighbor- 
ing parishes in Devonshire and Dorsetshire; since Ax- 
minster may have been the residence of our Deacon 
Thomas for only a short time before coming across the 
Atlantic, while he and his wife may have been bom 
some distance from that parish. 

The early transcripts of Devonshire have been printed 
since the above research was made. In the Axminster 
items we find several of interest. 

William Lorynge, Thatcher, buried July 24, 1606-7. 
(See administration, page xix.) 

John, son of Edward Lorynge, Smyth, baptized June 
25, 1614. The same, buried . . . July 13, 1614. 



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Thomas, son of Thomas Loringe, baptised Mar. 27, 
1624-5; buried Mar. 30, 1624-5. 

ThomaSf son of Thomas Loring, baptized Mar. 5, 1625-6. 

Johiif son of Thomas Loren, baptised Dec. 27, 1629- 
1630. 

Thomas Lorin was one of the church wardens who 
signed the register-transcript for the year 1629-1630. 
(Evidence of his full accord with the church at that 
time.) 

Edward, son of Edward Loring, baptized July 30, 1625. 

Giles, son of Richard Loring, baptized Apr. 1, 1626. 

Thomas, son of NichoUas Loering, baptized Nov. 26, 
1634. 

Christian, daughter of John Loringe, baptized Oct. 18, 
1635. 

These complete the records of the parish of Axminster 
relating to the Loring family, now extant. They fail 
to show the parentage of Deacon Thomas Loring, the 
founder of the American family. That can be discovered 
only by search of the registers of a number of adjacent 
parishes in Devonshire and the neighboring counties 
of Dorset and Somerset, and by wiUs of persons of the 
name, and related families, Newtons, and others. De- 
liberate study on the ground is very likely to result in 
much of interest. The following have been obtained 
by a scion of the family, Mr. Conant, and are given 
here as a contribution to the full study which may be 
made. 

Philip Lorynge was a witness to a will at Woodland 
Abbots, 20 June, 1412. (Somerset Record Society, vol. 
16, Mediaeval Wills.) 

John Loryng had a bequest of ^'a blew gowne furred," 
and his wife Sybil one of 3 silver spoons, in the will of 
Thomas Ashcombe, of St. Clement Danes, London, 
Oct. 6, 1460. 

John Lorijng, rector of St. Andrews, Hereford Hundred, 
in 1524. (Herts, ii:p. 169.) 



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ABSTRACTS OF WILLS OBTAINED IN EXETER, 
ENGLAND 

Bt Mr. C. a. Hoppin, fob Mr. Fred Odbll Conant, 
OF Portland, Mb. 

Richard Lorinoe of Axminstar, Devon, husbandman. 
Will, 13 Dec. 1619. I doe wholye comend my soule unto 
afanightye god, beleivinge undoubtedlye to be partaker 
of Joyes Eternall purchased by the bloude of o' Saviour 
the Sonne of god And my bodye to be buryed at the 
pleasure of myne Executrix. 

To youngest sonne Richard; he shall have my grounde 
at Bever called Southe ff eildes aboute tenne akers 

To my daughter Garthred £ 20 in 3 yeares 

To my son Edward l(f To my daughter Margrett 
Maroombe* 10* To my daughter Alice Actkyns 10* 
and there children all of them to have xll d All the 
residue unto my wife Elizabeth Loringe executrix 
Overseers: William ffrenche The marke of 

John Gilles Richard Loring 

Ftobated 9 ffebry 1619 Inventory annexed xliii li-xiiii 
8 - X d (Archdeaconry of Exeter.) 

EuzABBTHx LoRXNGB of Axmiuster. widowe. 

In the name of god Amen xxviiith October 1623 

To Richard Loringe my sonUe the standinge bedsteed 
in the chamber. 

after his decease to his sonne John Loringe my godsonne 

To Ellen Loringe my daughter in Lawe one pillowe and 
one apron 

To my sonne in lawe Richard parsons one standing bed* 
steed and another bed in the parlor, one table bord a cup- 
borde, a cheste and a forme in the haule. halfe a dosen 
of peuter vessells, my beste brasse crocke.my beet brasse 
panne.Two barrellB.one TrendelLone great bruinge vat. 

To margrett marcombe my daughter my beste brasse 
caldron and my beste gowne 

fRobert Moroombe Gent and M«nttret Loiyngfi were married at 
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To Robert marcombe (my sonne in lawe) daughters 
Margrett and Elisabeth all goods wch 1 have by vertue 
of a certaine wrightinge sealed and confirmed unto me 
from him. 

To Alice Atkyns my daughter my beste peticotte . one 
double kerchiffe. 

To Mary AikynB my beste partlett 

To Silles Atkyns Three sonnes xii apece. 

To Margrett my sonne Edwards wyf e one smocke 

To Gartrude Parsons my daughter one peere of sheets 
and one pere of pillow-wtyes. one double kerchife Residue 
to Edward my sonne executor, overseers Wm Vynecom 
and Wm ffrenche. 

Ptobated 15 January 1623 Inventory annexed.l2 li-7 
»- 8 d. (Archdeaconry of Exeter.) 

RoGEB LoBiNO of Axmiuster, yeoman. Unto the 
poore people of Axminster 13 s 4 d Unto Robert Scotte, 
clerk, my sisters sonne, £ 10 within one yeare 

Unto my kinsman John Scotte 20 s 1 doe owe my 
kinsman Cheritie Loaring £ 6-12 s due May third next: 
1 bequeath him £ 3-8s & that to be paied the whole £ 10. 
within one yeare.except he be payed the sayed six 
pounds and twelve shillings in the meane time. 
To my kinsman Benet Loaring als Turner 10 s 
To n^ kinswoman Temperance Hawker 20 s 
To my kinsman Richard Crowe 6 s 8 d 
To my brother Hawkins his daughter 20 s 
To my brother Sprakes two daughters 20 s apeece and 
his sonne Jasper 10 s. To Alexander Wades foure 
children 5 s apeece To my kinsmen Zacharie and 
Friamus Paule 20 s apeece To all my godchildren 12 d 
apeece . To the widow Wade my wives mother in lawe 10 s. 
Residue to Joane Loaring my wif executrix. 
Hand and seale 23 Aug 1623. Witnesses : 

William Enoles clerk 
Inventory £ 150-13-1. Thomas Chasse 

Probated vii Sept. 1623 Robert Scotte clerk 

(Archdeaconry of Exeter.) Joane Hacker 



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Ancient seat of the Lorings near Axminster 



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Administration granted on estate of William Loringe 
of Axminster, deceased to Thomasine Sauvage of Ax- 
minster, widow of deceased, 6 Aug 1606. Tristram 
Powning of Sydberie Devon surety on her bond. 

(Archdeaconry of Exeter.) 

(See ''William Lorynge, Thacher'' page xv ante.) 

To Dr. Johnson is attributed the saying: ''The most 
difficult thing in the world. Sir, is to get possession of 
a fact — .'* This justifies the long and careful labor of Mr. 
Pope and others in compiling this book. 

Eatharinb Pbabodt Lobino. 

Pride's Grossing, Massachusetts 
September, 1917. 



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LORING GENEALOGY 



FIRST GENERATION 

1. Deacon Thobias Lobino, founder of the American 
family, was bom at Axminster, Devonshire, England. 
So much his grandson. Rev. Israel Loring, learned from his 
father and left on record. But neither the name of his 
father, mother or any ancestor has come down to us. As we 
have seen on previous pages, the parish r^^ters of Axmin- 
ster are sadly defective and wills thus far examined fail to 
show the origin of the pioneer. It is matter of great sat- 
isfaction that the fragmentary records exhibit the man as 
one of the wardens of the parish, and so dispel any notion 
that he came here in any quarrel with the mother church 
as so many of the colonists did; from a life of fellowship 
with the congr^ation where he had lived he came to a new 
country and joined with the Congregational church, the 
only organization of CShristian people here, so continuing 
in brotherly love with good people everywhere. 

Thomas Loring married, in England, Jane Newton;, her 
grandson, already quoted from, says '' she was a woman of 
a lively spirit, . . . skilled in the practise of physick," 
which shows timi she was above the average in the com- 
munity and useful to her neighbors. Her ancestry is thus 
far unknown to her descendants. There were other 
persons of the name in Axminster, as the r^^isters show, 
but no token of relationship. Mr. Loring came here. 
Rev. Israel aCBrms, ''Dec^nber 23, 1634," and joined 
the church colony at Hingham, which had come from Hing- 
ham, Norfolkshire, und^ the lead of an Independent 
minister, Rev. Robert Peck. Admitted ''freeman'' or 
citizen of the colony March 3, 1635-6, he was already 

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established on a home lot near what is now the comer 
of Town and Ship Streets. He became the proprietor 
of other lots at later times. He was a farmer. As the 
fish that aboimded along the shore furnished a large part 
of the food of the inhabitants, and were also '' set ** with 
the com to enrich the soil. Deacon Loring and his neigh- 
bors, by permission of the town in 1637, built a weir to 
catch this floating wealth; and the stream is called today 
Weir River. He was an innkeeper, too, perhaps the 
first in the plantation, licensed by the General Court 
along with some from other towns in March, 1637. To 
show how careful the people were to have proper per- 
sons to entertain man and beast, especially when in« 
toxicating drinks were sold in the inns, an extract bom 
the records of the General Court may be pven: 

William Clark, who lived on the border of Salem and 
Lynn, kept public house. After his death his widow 
appUed for renewal of the license; the court licensed 
her to ''keep the inn and sell wine, if she provide a fit 
man that is godly for the business.'' Such sentiment 
surrounding ''the business'' makes it in a sense a com- 
pliment to an ancestor that he was entrusted with a 
hostelry. 

The church chose him one of its deacons and he was 
respected and influential in the town. Ftom some cause 
fire robbed him of his dwelling, March 15, 1645-6, and 
he did not choose to rebtiild. Instead, however, he 
bought property in the adjoining plantation of Hull^ 
and took a prominent place there; was constable (which 
then meant court officer, tax collector, etc., and demanded 
a good business education as well as efficiency). He 
joined with some of his neighbors and others in taking 
stock in a new plantation, "Sickonke," afterward called 
Seakonk and Rehoboth; but he did not remove to the 
place or continue his ownership of land there. He 
bought "for a valuable consideration," May 30, 1660, 
of Thomas Chaffee "all that my house Housing orchard 
& two home lotts, lying in the town of Hull, Conteign- 
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FIRBT GBNERATION 3 

lying North East & South west John Loring on the 
South east William Chamberlaine on the North west 
the Towne streete on the South west & Ducke Lane 
on the North East wth my lott of meadow by Streights 
River & my two lotts at Sagamore hill and my two lotts 
at Strawbery hill as they stand recorded to be butted & 
bounded in the Towne booke of Hull aforesaid except 
one Cowes Gomon formerly sold to William Chamber- 
laine with all my right interest & priviledges in all the 
Islands belonging to the towne of Hull aforesaid except 
on the island called Peddocks Island." 

This ext^isive property was the subject of careful 
appraisal and division by the sons after their father's 
decease. 

Deacon Loring died April 4, 1661, leaving no will. 
Administration was granted to liis widow Jane and eldest 
son Thomas, April 18, following, and the required in- 
ventory was presented June 27, 1661. The document 
is well worth presenting verbatim et literaUm. It shows 
the style of life among our pioneer ancestors in many 
particulars. 

A True and perfect Inventory of all the goods And Cattle of Thomas 

Lorebg of Hull lately deceased aeene valued and priied by Willm 
Chamberlyne and John Lobdell 

It*for4oxen 027 00 00 

It more Six milch Cowes 027 00 00 

It more two stearea 5 yeare old Oil 10 00 

It more two yearling steares 004 10 00 

It more one steare 3 yeare old 004 00 00 

It more two Calves 002 12 00 

It more twenty two sheepe 010 10 00 

It more five goatee 002 08 00 

It more five swine ...'.... 006 00 00 

It more one mare 013 00 00 

It more one horse 009 00 00 

It more twenty seaven bushells of wheate k halfe . 006 00 00 

It more sixteene bushdla of pease .... 002 16 00 

It more fifty bushells of Indisoi Come . 007 10 00 
It more 

The land two home lotts and /AppurtenanoeB. . 136 00 00 

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more the land caUedHimplandHUl . . . 088 10 00 

theboate 014 00 00 

more two small lots at hogg Island . . 001 10 00 

more foure yards of penistone 000 16 00 

more seaven y^ and throe quarters of searge . 002 06 00 

two y*^ and quarter of Carsey . . . . 001 03 04 

more one yard half e of carsey oloath . 000 11 00 

more ei^t yards of broad doath att . 002 14 00 

more eight yards and quarter of Carsey . 004 02 06 

more foure yards and half e of Carsy . 002 05 00 

more four yards of Carsy att 001 12 00 

more two yards of Cotton Cloath .... 000 07 00 

more a Broad aoathQoakeaU .... 003 00 00 

moreAseargeCloake 001 05 00 

more a Broad doath suite att . . . . . 002 05 00 

more a Cotton wascoate 000 08 00 

more a carsy suite att 002 10 00 

more other Qoathes 001 06 06 

more one payre of j^ovee at 000 02 06 

more (me payre of shooes att 000 06 00 

more three Hatts att 001 12 00 

more deveny^ of linen Qoath att ... 000 13 00 

morefiveshirts 000 18 00 

more six bands 000 06 00 

more seaven Capps 000 07 00 

more two payre of Holland sheets att . 001 01 00 

more nine payre of other sheets att . 003 15 06 

more foure Table Cloaths 000 14 00 

more six payre of pillow beera 000 16 06 

more eighteene table napkins 000 15 00 

more foure towells 000 02 00 

more a bed and furniture 010 00 00 

more two Coverlets 002 12 00 

moreabedat 004 05 08 

moreAbedatt 003 17 00 

moreAbedatt 000 14 00 

more six hand cherchere 000 04 00 

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more a grinding stone 000 05 00 

more a payre of Cart Whedes 000 16 00 

more a Plough and Irons 000 18 00 

moreother Irons ^ ?2 S 

more two Iron Chaynes 000 18 00 

moreoxeyoakes 000 05 00 



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It more sheepe wooll 002 18 00 

Itmoreforflaxe 001 00 00 

It more for linen yarne 000 04 00 

It more for sadle and bridle 000 08 00 

It more for bedstead 000 05 00 

It more a bedstead att 000 07 00 

It more f or baggs 000 16 00 

It more for three braase potts 000 18 00 

It more tmfobrasBe kittles 001 14 00 

It more two brasse pannes 001 13 00 

Itmoretwoskellets 000 02 06 

It more foure silver spoones 001 10 00 

It more six porringers 000 06 00 

It more twelve other spoones 000 02 08 

It more eight pewter letters 000 14 00 

It more one bason 000 03 00 

It in pewter 0000400 

It in two Iron hangers for potts 000 05 00 

It more two spits 000 05 00 

It more a payre of Andirons . .... 000 06 00 

It more a fowling Gunne 000 16 00 

It more two bibles 000 10 00 

It more two Chests 000 14 00 

It more three boxes 000 09 00 

ItmoreaLanthome 000 02 00 

It more two tables 001 08 00 

It more one forme two Joynt stooles .... 000 04 00 

It more three Chayres 000 03 00 

It more nine Cushions 000 01 00 

It more one Iron pott 000 10 00 

It more one Iron beetle 000 05 00 

It more one wanning panne 000 05 00 

It more five bushells of salt 000 10 00 

An account of land 

for two home Letts and y* Appurtenances . 135 00 00 

forapceUoflandcaUedHimplandhm . 038 00 00 

Itmoretwolottsofhog^d 001 01 00 

It more land lying at Hingham as f olloweth 

It more one lott of upland at planting hill . . 015 00 00 

It more one lott at planting hill 017 00 00 

It more two great Letts 050 00 00 

It more a lott of meadow 016 00 00 

It more a peece of upland by y* meadow . . 003 00 00 

It more one house lott . 006 00 00 

It more one house lott 009 00 00 

It more a lott of meadow by princes .... 006 10 00 



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It more a lott at y* ware 005 10 00 

It more a peeoe of freah meadow 002 10 00 

The whole Bumme Amounts to 331 15 00 



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The Debts which were oweinge 

first due to goodman Davis 

to m' Clarke 

to goodman bradf ord 

to goodman Gibson 

to goodman harrison 

to goodman CoDyns 

to goodman ffamam 

to Abraham Joanes . 

to Geoige Picher 

to Nathaniel Bosworth 

to John Prince 

to Thomas Loreing 

to m' Brattdl 

to goodman Jackson 

to goodman tumin . 

to John Tucker 

the whole Amounts to 

Due from John Oates 

Presented at a meeting of the magistrates 
27 June, 1661. 

So much property was involved in the estate the broth- 
ers made an itemized agreement of division; each retained 
what the father had given him and the rest of the property 
was estimated and assigned in a fine, brotherly fadiion. 
Thomas and John had lands in Hull, Josiah the Hingham 
homestead and Benjamin that in Hull. A later division 
had to be made; ''the 24 of the 2d month [April] 1672/' 
Thomas Dyer and John Holbrook reaflBirmed the former 
inventory and added some items: ''The small devisions 
at Slow Island & Bruisters Island wthye Gomons at 
Hingham & eight Cow Gomons at Hull and one divicon 
not yet laid out at hingam not yet aprised. More in 
money then left betwixt 30 and 40 £ wch some of the 
Brethren have declared ymselves willing yt mother shall 
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FIB8T GENERATION 7 

Lorin & John Lorin her sons made oath to this in Court 
this Ist of ye 3 mo. 1672/' 

The widow came to the end of her care of the money 
a short time after. She died August 25, 1672. She left 
a will which adds much to our acquaintance with her own 
nature and the fashions and conditions of the day. 

THE WILL OF MRS. JANE LORING 

In the Nam and fear of god Amen: 10 July. 1672. I Janne Loring 
of Hull in the county of Suffolke in New England: widow, having great 
reaaon to consider the uncertainty k momentarineea of thia present 
life & knowing that his decree is certain; in whose hands are all my 
times: k therefore acccmiing to his mind k will A my duty: 1 being 
in my good k sound understanding & memory though weak in body; 
and willing to dispose of my world [ly] estate & set my house in order; 
doe therefore make k dedare this writing to be my last wOl k testa- 
ment 

Imprimis 1 give k bequeath my soul into the hands of him y* gave 
it, my Messed god k merdfull father in Christ Jesus; k my body to 
the dust; to be decently buried in the hope of a glorious resurrection 
unto an immortal inheritance amongst all they that are sanctified: 
in A by Christ Jesus: alsoe my just debts which 1 shall owe to any 
person to be justly k duly payed. 

1 give to my eldest scm Thomas Loring; one Book called the Jewell 
of contentment, one hdlon sbdrt: one Hollon cap: a holon neckdoath 
k a hollon handkerchief: also a new gowne; for a man: 

1 give to my second son John Loring: one Book concerning the 
eovenant of grace by m' Obadiah Sedgwick also one hollon shirt a 
hollon cap a hollon neckdoath a hollon handkerchief and a white 
dimity westooate; also a ash coloured gowne: k a bellmettle skillett. 

Item 1 give to my son Benjamin Loring: one booke called the true 
or syneere covenant: a fine dowlesse shirt A a holon ... 

item 1 give unto Hannah Loring my ddest son's wife: a hoUon 
shift a tufted holon westcoat; a yellow piece of bodes k stomachs; 
a green piece of bodes k stomacher k sleeves: k my best gown k 
searg pettecoat belonging to it: a . . . petecoat k caraey westcoat: 
a pair of silk sleeves k a pair of hoUon sleeves also my wisk case and 
the best wide in it: also my best laced neckdoath, my best holon 
apnm k best white gloves, the best dressings the best holon quoife: 
A best tiring scarf e A silk hood. 

Item 1 give to Mary Loring wife unto my son John, a holon shift: 
to searge petecoats k on broad doth petecoat y* is un made: a kersey 
westcoat with gold lace: a ... & gown: a pair of hollon deeves: a 
neckdoath k a whisk k suit of head linnen; a pair of white gloves; 



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ft my best mafnlttle: a silk hood: k a greeD apron ft whit lane apron: 
ft a long Bilk taffety scarfe. 

Item 1 give unto my daughter Mary wife to my son Benjamine: 
a searge gown ft two searge petteooats ft a penestone pettecoat: a 
holon shift: a white i^ron ft a greene apron ft suit of head doaths 
ft a pair of longrieeves: also my r^ing suit ft my pillion doath: a 
hood ft a pair of sjloves. 

Item 1 give to my son Benjamine the table in y* parlor ft six joynt 
stools: ft four diairs ft the Cubbord with y* whidi stand upon it: also 
a pair of cast cojbirons: ft my part in the catch / is at sea. 

Item 1 give to my son Josiah ft his wife right pounds in money 
y* my son Joiiiah hath all redy in his hands of mine: ft twenty pounds 
of wool to doath his family ft to be taken out of the north chamber: 

Item ail the rest of my whole estate; whether goods household 
stuff, bedings moneys moveables ft whatsoever is my own proper 
estate 1 give unto my [son] Tlumias Loring my son John Lorfng ft 
my son Benjamin Loring; 1 doe will the som to be divided equally 
by value ft proportion amongst these three of my sons : 

finally 1 do will my ddest son Thomas to bo my eiecutour to see 
this my last will ft testament for all intents to be accomplished ft 
fulfilled: In testimquy whereof 1 do hereunto set my hand this tentii 
of July Anno 1672: The Mark 

Owned published ft declared before of Janne Loring 

Witness Zechariah Whitman* 
Abram Joans. 

Proved by the testimony of the witnesses October 23 and 29, 1072. 
The inventory was presented in Court October 16, 1672 . 

Children: 

2. i. Thomas', bi^t. at Azminster, Eng., Mar. 5, 1625-6. 

3. ii. John, bapt. at Axminster, Eng.» Dec. 27, 1629. 

iii. Isaac, bapt. at Hingham, Jan. 20; d. Feb. 9, 1639-40. 

iv. Isaac, haJ^. at Hingham, Jan. 9, 1641-2; d. Mar. 2, 1644^. 

4. V. Josiah, bi^t. at Hingham, Jan. 9, 1641-2. 
6. vi 3enjamin, bapt at Hingham, Nov. 24, 1644. 



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SECOND GENERATION 

2. Thomas* Lobing (Tfumiaa^)^ bom at Axminster, 
England, baptized March 5, 1625-6; married at Hinghamy 
Deoember 16| 1667, Hannah, daughter of Nicholas and 
Mary Jacob. Her father ''came from old Hingham in 
England in 1633, with his wife and two children and their 
cosen Thomas Lincoln, weaver," according to Gushing, 
the local annalist. Hannah was baptized at Hingham 
February 23, 1639-40; she survived Mr. Loring and 
married second Captain Stephen French, of Weymouth; 
she died October 20, 1720. 

Thomas Loring, Jr., was a worthy successor of his 
father in Hull; was a selectman of the town in 1671, 
1674 and 1675. 

He died at his residence in Hull in the year 1678; the 
date is not on record, but it was between December 24 
when he made his will, and February 25 when the inven- 
tory of his estate was made, in what they then called the 
''twelfth month" of the year; the will was proved March 
12, or on the "twelfth day of the firat month," so called, 
though they kqpt the old year number till the twenty- 
ffth of March, the Day of the Annunciation of the 
Virgin, which was New Year's Day. 

THE WILL OF THOMAS LORING 
HuU this 24th of December 167S 
A brife rebersall of the will and testament of thomas loringe senior 
beinge in his ripe understanding and memory is as f oloeth first after 
my depts be truly paid I do leave my whole estate to my well be- 
loved wife for the bringing up of the children; and if she marry to 
devid the estat and my beloved wife to have one third part 

further 1 do apoynt my eldest son thomas a shve and a half; 
that is half so much more than any of his brothers when the estat 
IS devided: and 1 do apoynt that my naturall son thomas have 
on end of the house which his mother shall se good when he oome to 
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10 LORINQ GENEALOGY 

further 1 do apoynt my well bdoyed wife whole and sole ezeoutor 
of this my will and my beloved brothers John and Benjamin loringe 
with my brother John Jaoobe over seers of this my wills perf ormanee 
and in case any on or mor dy thim my will is that my brother thaxter 
suply next or if another deses then my brother matbew eushing to 
suply the i^ace of the other 

fiuther 1 do will and apoynt that the three over seers: shall have 
full power to take care ol my naturall chUdren and when they Are 
growne up to despose of them to ocupatiouns they, shall judge most 
sutabd 

1 also win and apoynt that the over seers shall devid the whole 
estat to the children evry on his portion as they shall se meet accord- 
ing to the capaseti they ce of to improve it and from time to 
time shall ordor and determin of my matters for the good of my be- 
loved wife with our naturall children: with refranc to this that when 
the estat shall be devided my beloved wife have on third of the estat 
duringe her lif and my only son th<»nas a share and a half and the 
other two sons as much more as the daughters 

Signed and sealed the twentieth day of December in the yeare of 
our lord on thousand six hundred seventi and eight in the presenc 
of us as wittneses 

Beniamjn bosworth Seniour (Seal) 

Robert Goold 

Benj* Bosworth Senio'. and RobV Goold made oath before 
Simon Bradstreet Esq'. Dept. Gov*, and Edw^ Tyng Esq'. 
Assist*. 12* march: 1678-0 that they were present and did see 
Thomas Loring Sen', seale and heard him publish this above 
written to be his last Will and that then he was of a disposing mind. 

INVENTORY OF THOMAS LORING'S ESTATE 

February 25 : 1678 

An Inventory of the estate of Thomas Loring deseased is as foloweth 

Imprimis The dweling house out houses £ s d 

and the home lands . 140 00 00 

it a lott and half at peticks iland .... 030 00 00 

it 3 lotts at Strabry hiU 013 00 00 

it 2 lotts at white head 017 00 00 

it 2 lotts at Sagamore hill 000 00 00 

land at hempland hill 042 00 00 

it land at the small ilands 000 00 00 

it a peec of medow at sagamore hUl . . . . 012 00 00 

it a lott of medow at Straights 020 00 00 

it 7 cow conunons and wood lots .... 035 00 00 

it a peece of land at boston . 046 00 00 

it a peece of land at hingham ould planters hill . 020 00 00 



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it land at oohaasett 070 00 00 

it land in Plymouth pattent 010 00 00 

475 00 00 

it a hone 0020000 

it 2 oxen 007 15 00 

it 5 cows 012 10 00 

it OyongcatteU 006 10 00 

H 208heepe 0060000 

it 11 amaU swine 008 00 00 

it 55 buahiOs of barly 008 00 00 

go bushiUs of indian oome 008 00 00 

it 3 bushills of wheate 000 12 00 

it a 3d part of a small boote 001 10 00 

it cart plow and tackling to them .... 002 10 00 

063 16 00 

it to his wearing appardl 021 00 00 

it to cash 014 05 06 

it to plate 0040400 

it to book 001 00 00 

it armes and amunition 001 10 00 

it a bed and furniture 010 10 00 

it a bed and furniture 007 10 00 

it a bed and c 005 00 00 

it a bed and 005 10 00 

it a bed and furniture ...... 007 10 00 

it a bed and c 002 05 00 



it peeoes of doath 

it a childs blankitt 

it in childs doaths 

it 10 yards of lining cloath 001 05 

it 15 pair of sheets 

it 8 pair of pilobers 002 

it taMe lining 

it bras at 006 15 00 



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it peuter 006 10 00 

h I2cuahiii8 000 17 00 

it 12chairai 001 10 00 

iron pots andiross firepan and tonges . 004 15 00 

it table and stooles 001 00 00 

it cheats and boxes 004 08 00 

working tooles 000 15 00 

it scales and waits ' 000 11 00 

it ^ases and earthenweare 000 18 00 

it meat in the house 003 10 00 

it butter and cheese 001 00 00 

it spining wholes and cards 000 13 00 

H bagB9 000 12 00 

it lining yanie 001 04 00 

it sheepswodU 002 10 00 

it bridle andsadle 000 09 00 

it wooden weaie 004 00 00 

it woUenyarae 000 10 00 

it boults and shingles 001 00 00 

it ould irons and small things 000 10 00 

depts dew to the estate 

f rom Beniamin lorin pi8 10 00 

from John thaxter 

his son Joseph 005 16 00 



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718 18 06 

this invitory was made 
the 25 of the 12 month 78 
by nathanidl bosworth 
i lliomas Colier 

Hannah Loring made oath, before Simon Bradstreete Esq'. Dep*. 
Gov', and Edw*. Tyng Esq'. Asist*. 12*" March. 1678/9. that this is 
a just and true Inventory of the estate of her late husband Tho: 
Lcving dec^ to her best knowledge and that w". she knows of more 
shoe will cause it to be added. 

Attests. I^. Addington Cler. 

After the widow had married her second husband, 
Stephen French, and the children had come to lawful age 
or had been married, a division was made according to 
the provisions of the will, namely, certain lands to Mrs. 
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SECOND GENERATION 13 

of Jeremiah Gushing, and Deborah, wife of John Gush- 
ing, Jr.; and the lands in Hull, Hingham, Gonehasset and 
Boston were apportioned to the sons Thomas, David and 
Caleb, February 9, 1691-2. 

Ghildren: 
i. Benjamiii', b. in 1662. (No further aoooimt.) 
ii. Haimah, bapt. at Hinghftm, Apr. 2, 1665; m. (1) June 5, 
1685, Rev. Jeremiah Cuahing; m. (2) John Barker, Esq., 
of Sdtuate. 

6. iii. Thomas, b. Mar. 15, 1667^. 

iv. Deborah, b. Mar. 15, 1667^; m. May 20, 16S7, John Cuah- 
ing, Jr., Chief Juetice of Plymouth oourt and a judge in 
the Supreme Court of MaaBaehuaetta. (See Paine An- 
cestry.) 

7. V. David, b. Sept. 15, 1671. 

8. vi. Caleb, b. June 9, 1674. 

▼ii. Abigail, b. Feb. 5, 1676; d. Feb. 1, 1678. 

S. John* Lobino {Tfumiaa^)^ bom at Azminster, Eng- 
land, as his son, Rev. Israel Loring tells us, December 
22, 1630, baptized December 27, 1630; married first, 
December 16, 1657, Mary, only child of Nathaniel and 
Sarah (Lane) Baker, who was baptized at Hingham in 
August, 1639, and dded July 13, 1679, "a pious woman 
of whose conversion her husband was the instrument.'' 
He married second, September 22, 1679, Mrs. Rachel 
Buckland, widow of Mr. Benjamin Bucldand of Reho- 
both, and daughter of Mr. John Wheatly, of Braintree; 
she died September 20, 1713, aged seventy years. 

He resided in Hull; was town clerk seventeen years, 
one of the selectmen nine terms, representative in 1692. 
His son Israel became a minister and wrote a very afifec- 
tionate and particular obituary upon his father, which 
is preserved in the archives of the Massachusetts His- 
torical Society, and in the copy of that document in Mr. 
James Speax Loring's manuscript volume in the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society. Several items 
of interest are worth quoting: 

''Mr. John Loring while a boy of five years definitely 
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14 LORING CfENEALOGT 

and was earnestly religious all through his life. His wife 
attributed her own conversion to his influence. He was 
very solicitous to secure the conversion of his children. 
He began with them when they were young, tender and 
flexible, to put them in mind of God their Creator, and 
the things that belong to their everlasting peace. . . . 
He was a great reader. . . . His was a religious family; 
the morning and evening sacrifice were duly offered up 
and on the Lord's Day evenings the sermons, which at 
meeting he took down in characters, were repeated." 
He cut his foot at one time, and the woimd developed into 
a malignant sore, which gave him extreme pain. After 
a famous physician of Boston had treated the foot and 
failed to cure it or relieve the agony, a friend of Mrs. 
Loring, ** Mrs. Whitmore of Medford, a doctress," came to 
visit the family and ''applying her balsom to his angry 
wounds he presently had rest and ease and slqpt soundly 
the night following; and, with the blessing of heaven 
upon her endeavors, she effected a cure." He recovered 
his health, and lived some time thereafter. 
He died Lord's Day morning, September 19, 1714. 



THE WILL OF JOHN LORING 

I John Loring of Hull in y* County of Suffolk within Their majesties 
Province of the Massachusetts Bay in new En^and, haveing Arived 
to those Dayes & years which cannot but mind me of my mortality, 
and that approaching dissolution which is advancing upon me. and 
not knowing how soon or suddenly it may please that God who gave 
my breath & being, to a period to y* number of y* months & moments 
of my aboad here. The which are alone with himsdfe« And that I 
may prevent any uncomfortable differences which may arise (when 
I am gone from hence) by the omission of that known duty of setting 
my house in order, and dispoeeing and settling of the things of this 
life which the Lord has graciously given me. I do make and con- 
stitute this my Last will and Testament in manner & form following — 
I commit my soul into the hands of that God who gave it me. whom I 
hope I have had communion with and soul refreshment from in life. 
And trust that he will not forsake me at Death, hopeing for pardon 
acceptance and salvation only & alone through the meer mercy of God 
and merrits of y* Lord Jesus my Body I commit that to y* earth to be 
decently buried at y* discression of my executors hereafter named. 



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Axid as to the thin^B of this life which y* Lord has lent me I give and 
bequeath as foUoweth; 

Imprimu I give to my beloved wife Rachell Loring all that estate 
which was her former husbands to give & bequeath among her chil- 
dren as she shall please. I also give unto her y* use & improvement 
of one end of my now dwelling house which end she pleases to choose, 
with y* use of my best bed and furniture belonging to it, as also y* 
use of so much of my household stuff as she shall as she shall have 
necessity for Dureing her widowhood. And further I give unto her 
Twelve Pounds in money to be Annually well and truely paid her 
(whilst she bares my name) in such manner as is hereafter expressed. 
Vis: That my sons, Thomas, Nathaniel, Daniel, Jacob, Israel, John & 
Caleb Loring, pay her. Twenty shillingB a piece in money, and my 
son Thomas Joans Ten shillingB money P- Annum, as also that my 
sons to witt. John and Caleb Loring. Pay her four pounds and 
ten shiHingB more in money yearly. And for theire so doing I give to 
them their Heirs & asign*, Peter my negro mat servant for ever, 
not preventing my said wife the command of my said negro as to 
things in & about y* house — fetching of her in wood water Ac—, 
but if my said negro shall dye or be disenabled from service, that 
they because thcrec f canm t pay y* Rent i f y* af i resaid four pounds 
ft ten shiHingB as abovesaid. then my will is that each and every of 
my sons before mentioned (excepting my son Thomas Joans) shall 
pay yearly Ten shiUiiigs a piece more to their mother, over & aljove 
y* afore mentioned twenty shillingB, and my son Thomas Joans to 
pay her yearly fiVe shillingB more, and my will is that if any of my 
above named sons shaU neglect or refuse paying their said sums as 
aforesaid to their said mother, that then any Two of them shall have 
(and by this my will I give them) full power to demand sue for and 
recover y* same, by Law or otherwise. And in case my wife change 
her condition by maxriage, then my will is that she leave what I have 
above given her y* use and improvement of dureing her bareing of 
my name, and have then but six pounds p Annum paid her. And for 
as much as my Father in Law Nathaniel Baker of Hingham deceased, 
did give portions to the children which I had by my first wife, and I 
also have given to most of them out of my Estote to some more, to 
some less, therefore I shall now give y* less to them that have had 
the most allready. 

Item I give to my son Joseph Lorings four children, twelve pence, 
per piece, to be paid to them upon demand by my executors hereafter 
named. And for as much as my son Nathaniel Loring has had a 
considerable portion in lands ft medow more then y* rest of his 
Brethren therefore I give him but half e as much as one of them now, 
and for as much as I have been at considerable expence, to bring up 
my son Israel to Learning, therefore I give him also but halfe as much 
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Mary Jones my will also is that she likewise shall have but half so 
much as her brethren, and as for my son Isaac Loring Deceased, who 
has left four children my will is that th^ shall have as much as one 
of their Fathers Brethren, that is to say his son to have a double 
portion of that share to be paid unto them by my son John and Caleb 
Loring. when th^ shall come of Age, or five years after my Decease. 

And further my will is that my Three sons Jacob John and Caleb 
Loring having been with me and a help to me in my old Age. they 
haveing no TVades. I therefore give to my son Jacob a lot of salt 
medow by strait Pond mill, moreover a piece of salt medow booc^t 
of Samuel Baker lyeing in partnership with Brother Benjamin Loring, 
further I give him all my right title interest of in & unto the biggest 
of Brusters Islands. The which I give him not as part of his portion, 
but as a free gift to him his heirs ft assigns for ever. 

Item I give to my Two sons John & Caleb Loring all my right ft 
interest in y* lands bam house ft hay semes at hempland Hill in y* 
Township of Hull, excepting what I have formerly giyen to my son 
Thomas Loring at y* westerly end of said Hill, as is already laid out 
by markes that is known, as also all my right and title in y* lands at 
Satt Island, with all my Common Rijg^ts ft priveledges in ft upon 
the neck both of Herbige ft wood, excepting what of wood my wife 
shall have need of for her own fireing, as also one halfe of y* midlemost 
of Bruster^ Islands, with a piece also of salt medow at Pettuks 
Island, which was formerly Benjamin Bosworths all which I give to 
them not as part of their portion but as a free Gift to be Equally 
Divided between them their heirs ft assigns for ever. 

Item I further give to my son Jacob Loring all my right of ft unto, 
lands lyeing at Sagamore Hill, as also at white head, and Straberry 
Hill, all lyeing in y* Township of Hull, all which lands I give to him 
his heirs ft assigns for ever, with this reserve that he sell it not away 
from his Brothers John and Caleb (if they will buy it) He not 
exceeding Ten pounds an acre. 

Item All the rest of my lands in y* Township of Hull (not before 
given away) with all my rights in Pettuks Island, together with my 
interest in Ransfords Island now in partnership with Brother Benja- 
min Loring I give to my two sons John ft CfJeb Loring their Heirs 
ft assigns forever, with this exception that if it amount to more than 
their just ft equal proportion of my estate according to y* rules whichi 
have before and shall hereafter express, then they shall pay out thereof 
to each of my children as have not theire proportion, and that in y* 
space of Three yeare* after my decease, and if not paid in that time 
then to pay five shillings an acre for y* rent of y* land untill y* princi- 
pal be paid. And my will is that all y* last lands given away to my 
three sons shall come to a Division with my personal estate, ft shall 
be at such apprisement as is expressed in my Book, reference where- 
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what ever I have allready or hereafter may k shall give to any of 
my duldren and shall so appeare upon my Book, shall be accounted 
as part of their portion', and that what part of my estate that shall 
not be apprised by my self, and set in said Book shall be apprised by 
such in<££Ferent men, as my executors shall se cause to choose; And 
whereas my son Jacob has allready laid out Considerably in repairing 
one of my houseing". and He being removed out of y* Town, my will 
is that He be paid what cost* ft chaiges shall appeare he has laid out 
thereon, and my will is that my two sons John k Caleb Loring keep 
an my houseings in repair*, both for themselves k mother dureing 
her widowhood, and that if it should so happen that any of them be 
consumed by fire during my wives widowhood that then every of my 
chfldren shall each of them bare his own loss. And after my wives 
decease, all my housein0B to be my said sons John ft Caleb Lorings with 
the beding k household stu£F y* my wife shall then leAve. the which 
I GKve to tiiem Their Heirs Eieecutors Administrators And Assignss 
for ever: they paying out as followeth vis. To my son Thomas 
Loring Ten potmds. To my Son Nathaniel Five Pounds. To my 
son Daniel Ten pounds. To my son Israel Five pounds. To my 
Daughter Mary Joans Five poimds. To my grandson Isaac Loring 
Five pounds, all to be paid within Three years after my wives widow- 
hood or Decease, and it is to be understood that y* sums so set with 
the lands k other estate shall be valued at fifteen pennyweight, and 
my will is that my sons John k Caleb shall not fence in their lands 
neither at home nor hempland hiU so as to debar one or other from 
full k free ingress k reeceBB into upon k from their lands either at 
one end or the other nor sell it to any that shall so Doe. but live in 
love k peace, That y* Ood of love k peace may live with each and 
every of them And I do appoint my Two sons Thomas k John 
Loring to be executors of tlds my last will k Testament: And in 
Testimony that this is my last will k Testament I have hereunto set 
my hand k affixed my scale, this seventh Day of February Anno 
Domini seventeen hundred k eight in y* sixth year of their MiEgesties 



John Loring (Seal) 
Signed, Sealed, Published, 
and declared, to be the 
last wiU k Testament 
of John Loring in 
the presence of us 
John Colyer 
Gersham Colier 
Samuel Loring. 



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CODICIL 

be it knon to all men by thee that whereas I John Loring of hull in 
the county of Suffolke have mad and declared my last will and tester 
ment baring date the seventh daye of f ebniary one thousand seven 
hundred and eight I the said John Loring doo by these present codicil 
confirm and ratify my said will and testament with such alterations 
as herem shall be expressed 

1. Whereas I say in my will I give to my son Jacob several peses 
of land and medow as a free gift and he being gone out of the towne 
and have bought land elsewhere and money being more sutabdl 
for him; tharfore I do give that land ft medow to my sons John ft 
Caleb Loring, to them ft their heyres to be equally devided between 
them: upon condition that they pay to my son Jacob Loring fortey 
pound with in the space of three yer after my deses and if not paid 
in that time then to pay to Jacob twelve pence upon the pound until! 
the principal be payed. 

2. I say in my will I give to my son Jacob all my land at Sagamore 
hin at whithead and at Strabery hill but as I sayd money being mor 
sutabel for him he shall have his part in money and if I do not give 
him so much as his share comes to befor my deses then to b* mad 
up out of my estat equall with the rest of his brothers besides the 
forty pound above expressed. 

3. Wharas I sayd in my will that if my soons John and Caleb shall 
not pay the legeses with in the spaice of three yer then to pay five 
shillingB an aoer but now I say it shall be twdve pence upon the pound 
yerly till the principal be payd. 

4. that beding and household stuf given to my wife shall com in 
with the rest cf my estat and be devi(fed among my children. 

5. my will is that John ft Caleb shall injoy my negro man as thare 
own 

6. I give to my soons John ft Caleb the present possession of all 
my housing in hull reserving so much to myself e as I shall have oo- 
caahon for during my life. 

7. my will is that my funeral expenses and just debts be payd. 
and in testimony that this an addishon to my last will ft Testamt 
I have heer unto set my hand and seel this ninth day of februaryone 
thousand seven hundred and fourteen. 

John Loring (Seal) . 

Sined seled puUished 
and declared to be an adishon 
to the last will and testamt 

of John Loring in presence of us, Proved October 22, 1714 

Gersom Collier ' 

Robert Melton 
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A true Inventory of all and Singular the Goods Chatties and Credits 
of John Loring Gent deceased, prised at Hull on the 19th day of Octo- 
ber in the year 1714 by Robert Melton and Joseph Benson as fol- 
loweth— Imp", his Apparel £10 Item his Books £2«£12 

It pewter and brass £10,8. It working tools and Iron £10-13 » 21-1 
It Bedding furniture ft linnen £37. Item Lumber Is 3/s4 404 

It his stock £44 Item One Negro Man £40 84 

Item housing and Lands 814 

£971-5 

Suffolk Ss. By the Hon^: Isaac Addington 
Esq': Judge of Prob. cr 

John Loring executor presented the abovewritten, and made Oath 
that it contains a true and perfect inventory of the estate of his late 
Father John Loring of Hull Gent deceased, so far as hath come to his 
knowledge and that if more hereafter appears he will cause it to be 
added Jurat Coram Is*. Addington 

Boston October 22^ 1714. 

Exam^. p. P. Dudley Reg*. 

Children: 

i. John*, b. Sept. 19, 1058; d. Jan. 2, 1677-8. 
9. ii. Joseph, b. Mar. 10, 1659^. 

10. iii. Thomas, b. Mar. 1, 1661-2. 

iv. Sarah, b. Jan. 1. 1663-4; d. Dec. 16, 1678. 

11. V. Isaac, b. Jan. 22^ 1665. 

vi. Mary, b. Feb. 4, 1667-^; m. Thomas Jones, of Hull; d. May 
13, 1757. 

12. vii. Nathaniel, b. Mar. 5, 1669-70. 

13. viii. Daniel, b. Feb. 8, 1671-2. 

ix. Rachel, b. *' Feb. 29," 1673-4; d. Mar. 8, 1706-7. 

14. X. Jacob, b. Apr. 21, 1676. 

xi. Israel, b. Mar. 29, d. Dec. 31, 1678. 

15. xii. John, b. June 28, 1680. 

16. xiii. Israel, b. Apr. 15, 1682. 

xiv. Sarah, b. June 6, 1684; d. before her father. 

17. XV. Caleb, b. Jan. 2, 1688-9. 

4. JosiAH* LoBma (Thomas^), born in Hingham, bap- 
tized January 9, 1641-2; married about 1662, Elizabeth, 
daughter of John Prince, of Hull, bom August 9, 1640, 
died May 14, 1727- 

He remained on the Hingham homestead, where his 
father had lived before removing to Hull; the house and 
lands were assigned to him in the division of the estate 
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He was a juror in October, 1679. Was a mCTiber of 
the local company of foot soldiers that year; signed sev- 
eral petitions regarding town matters with his neighbors. 

He died February 14, 1712-13. In his will, dated July 
26, 1712, proved March 7, 1712-13, he provided com- 
fortable maintenance for his wife; confirmed a deed of 
land, "which* was my son Josiah's,^' he had made to his 
son Job; gave to his daughter, Jane Gifford, and her son 
Josiah; and gave the residue to his son Jonathan. 

CMdren: 
L JaneF, b. Aug. 9, 1663; m. Samuel Gi£Ford, of Sandwich, 
ii. Josiah, b. Nov. 22, 1665; d. Dec. 1, 1700; "left no issue." 
iii. Samuel, b. July 15, 1668; d. Oct. 9, 1674. 

19. iv. Job, b. Feb. 26, 1669-70. 

V. Elisabeth, b. Apr. 6, 1672; d. umo., Jan. 4, 1742^. 

20. vi. Jonathan, b. Apr. 24, 1674. 

6. Bbnjaion* LoBma {Thomaa^)^ baptized at Hingham, 
NovCTiber 24, 1644; married December 8, 1670, Mary, 
daughter of Matthew and Margaret Hawke (second town 
clerk of Hingham), bom August 2, 1646, died July 17, 
1714. 

He was admitted a freeman of the colony in 1673. Was 
for many years a deacon of the church of Hull and a 
selectman of the town and often moderator. Cultivated 
the farm his father had tilled. He died March 10, 
1715-16. The inventory of his estate reported one dwell* 
ing house, seven acres of tillage land, one hundred seventy- 
five bushels of com or grain, six and a half acres of mowing 
land, four tons of English hay, one ton of salt hay, 
twenty-seven acres of pasture land, ten cow leases of 
pasturage, one slave, one horse, twenty oxen, three cows 
and thirty-nine sheep. 

Children: 

21. i. Benjamin*, b. in 1672. 

22. ii. John, b. in 1674. 

iii. Mary, b. in 1676; m. Feb. 8, 1704^, James Goold. 

iv. Rachel, b. in 1678; m. Sept. 23, 1700, Caleb Hobart. 

23. v. Samuel, b. in 1680. 

24. vi. Matthew, b. Oct. 19, 1684. 



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6. THOiiAS' LoRiNO {Thamaa*, Thamaa^)^ bom at 
HJTighaTn, March 15, 1667-8; mairied at Boston April 
19, 1699, Deborah, daughter of Hon. John Gushing, of 
Scituate, and his wife, Sarah (Hawke) Gushing. She 
survived Mr. Loring and married second, at Duxbury, 
February 18, 1727-8, Col. Sylvester Richmond; she died 
at Little Compton, R. I., October 18, 1770, aged ninety-six. 

Thomas Loring removed to Duxbury, where he bought 
some land in 1702 and had grants of laiid from the town 
in 1710 and 1712. His farm was opposite the present 
village of Kingston, at Island Greek. Was selectman and 
treasurer. He was lieutenant of the local military com- 
pany. Was on the. Grand Jury in 1694; on petit jury in 
1722; was elected deputy to the General Gourt in 1717. 
He bought a farm in Bridgewater; owned three negro 
slaves. 

He died December 5, 1717; his estate was settled 
January 28, 1724. 

Ghildren: 

25. i. Thomac(«, b. Feb. 4, 1700. 

iL Joahua, b. in 1701; became a captain; res. at Diudnuy; d. 
unm. Oct. 20, 1781. Left £13-6-8 to the church. 

26. iii. Nathaniel, b. Aug. 21, 1704. 

27. iv. Benjamin, b. Oct. 12, 1708. 
V. Haimah. 

vi. Deborah, b. Dec. 9, 1710; m. Mar. 11, 1731, Peres Rich- 
mond, son of her mother's second husband by his fost 
wife. Settled in Dartmouth, attending church at Little 
Compton, R. 1,, across the State line. She d. Apr. 14, 
1782. 
Child: 
Loring Richmond, b. in 1739; d. Sept. 20, 1754. 

7. David* Lobing {Thomas*, Thomas^), bom at Hull 
September 15, 1671; married at Barnstable January 20, 

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1698-9, Mrs. Elizabeth (Otis) AUyne, daughter of John 
and Mary (Jacob) Otis, widow of Thomas Allyne, bom 
at Scituate about 1671, died at Barnstable June 17, 
1748. 

He resided at Barnstable many years. Was admitted 
''freeman" of the colony March 18, 1695. Was foreman 
of a jury in 1735. 

He died at the residence of his son Solomon in Hinghftir^ 
July 27, 1752. 

Children: 
i. Abigail*, b. Nov. 2, 1609; m. Nov. 12, 1724, David Crocker, 
Esq., town derk of Barnstable. 

28. ii. Solomon, b. Mar. 19, 1701-2. 

29. iii. David, b. Aug. 15, 1704. 
XV. Elisabeth, b. June 10, 1708. 

V. Lydia, b. Mar. 29, 1711; m. Mar. 18, 1735^, Luke Linodn; 
she d. at Leicester in 1800. One of their 13 children, 
Loring Lincoln, was in the battle of Bunker Hill. 

vi. Mary, b. Apr. 19, 1714; m. Dec. 28, 1744, Isaac Ta^. 

8. Caleb* Lobino {Thomas\ ThomaaS)^ bom at Hull 
June 9, 1674; married August 7, 1696, Lydia, daughter 
of Edward and Dorothy (Lettice) Gray, bom about 
1677. Her father was a very early settler at Plymouth, 
though not of the Mayflower party; her mother was his 
second wife, who outlived him and married second 
Nathaniel Clarke, from whom she applied for a divorce. 
Mrs. Loring, called ''Madame Loring" in the community, 
was a member of the church with her husband. 

Caleb Loring learned the trade of weaver, and was so 
called in lawsuit in 1698. He later became a physician, 
by what process of education records do not show. He 
made his home first at Plymouth. Bought a tract of 
land in 1697. Was chosen constable, that is tax collector 
and court officer, March 6, 169&-9. Had a grant of land 
from the town July 31, 1699,— "Eastward of the Road 
Neer New Streete and by the faice side which was some- 
time Mr Nath: Clarks fence: to dig a well Not to exceed 
5 foot into the lane from sd fence." This was in partner- 
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He was member of a town committee the same year; 
a member of the Grand Jury in 1701-2 and in 1703 mem- 
ber of another jury. 

He bought a farm of Stephen Bryant in the part of 
Plymouth which was set off and formed the town of 
Plympton four years later. This estate was on the east 
side of Jones River Brook, where that stream crosses the 
highway in the north part of Plympton. 

He was on a committee to recommend a plan for the 
disposition of the cedar swamp lands in 1704; one of the 
selectmen 1704-7, and constable again in 1706. Decem- 
ber 31, 1707, one of a committee to build a new bridge 
over Jones River. In 1725 he, with Dea. Isaac Cushman, 
petitioned the General Court of Plymouth colony pro- 
testing against the sale of certain lands by the town of 
Plymouth in which Plympton had a share; asking that 
their share might be paid over to Plj^npton for the sup- 
port of a grammar school; but the petition was not 
granted. 

Dr. Loring was one of the proprietors of a forge for 

the reduction of bog iron ore and a foundry; a local poet, 

I with kind thoughts of the doctor but with different 

opinions of other members of the company, perpetrated 

this rhyme: 

" Freefaeart and Gripehard 
And Cunning and Catch 
Built them a forge 
To make themselyea rich/' 

The forge continued in operation a long time. Dr. 
Loring continued the same prominence in Pljrmpton 
affairs he had had at Plymouth, being selectman, assessor, 
moderator, surveyor of lands and captain of militia at va- 
rious times. He had considerable medical practice and 
was never secure from calls; so that he had a door cut in 
the wall of the meetinghouse close by his pew, so that he 
could come in and go out without disturbing the congre- 
gation in meeting time. 

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Children: 

i. Caleb^ b. June 7, 1697; d. early. 

ii. Hannah, b. Aug. 7, 1608; m. (1) Joseph Thomaa; m. (2) 
Capt. Nehemiah Cuahing, of Pembroke. 

30. iii. Ignatius, b. Dec. 27, 1699. 
30a. iv. Polycarpus, b. in 1702. 

v. Caleb, b. Oct. 2, 1704; d. June 12, 1723. 
vi. Lydia, b. and d. in 1706. 
vii. Jacob, b. May 15, 1711; d. in 1720. 
viii. Joseph, b. July 26, 1713; d. 3roung. 

31. ix. John, b. Nov. 15, 1715. 

32. X. Thomas, b. Apr. 14, 1718. 

zL Lydia, b. Aug. 23, 1721; m. Aug. 8, 1737, Capt. Zebedee 
Chandler. 

9. Joseph* Lorino {John\ Thomaa^)^ bom at Hull 
March 10, 1659-60; married at Hifigham October 26, 
1683 (recorded at Lexington), Hannah, dau^ter of John 
and Sarah (Oilman) Leavitt, bom March 20, 1663-4; 
she survived Mr. Loring and married second, August 
26, 1693, Joseph Easterbrook, and died at Lexington 
October 6, 1728; they were appointed guardians of her 
children October 4, 1695, in the settlement of Mr. Loring's 
estate. 

His three sons with their wives joined August 27, 
1709, in a quitclaim deed of real estate inherited from 
their great grandfather Nathaniel Baker. 

He died at Hmgham February 3, 1691-2. 

Children: 

33. i. Jo8eph^ b. Sept. 28, 1684. 

34. ii. NehemiAh, b. June 17, 1686. 
36. iii. Joshua, b. Sept. 21, 1688. 

iv. Submit, b. Aug. 11, 1691; m. July 8, 1713, Joseph EMa> 
brook, Jr. 

10. Thomas* Loring {John\ Thomas^), bom at Hull 
March 1, 1661-2; married January 10, 1686-7, Leah, 
daughter of Benjamin Buckland. 

He settled at Hingham; was a saddler. Represented 
the town at the General Court 1721-5. Was one of 
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King George I in 1725. Selectnum a number of terms. 
Captain of military company. 

His house was on the lot later occupied by the Agri- 
cultural Hall. 

He died October 3, 1738. 

Children: 

i. Uah\ h. Sept. 13, 1688; m. (1) Deo. 25, 1712, Eliaha Cushr 
ing. She m. (2) Nov. 17, 1737, Jabes Wilder. 

ii. Sarah, b. Nov. 13, 1090; m. Sept. 13, 1716, Solomon Cuah- 
ing. 
36. ill. Benjamin, b. Oct. 6, 1692. 

iv. Mary, b. Sept. 16, 1696; m. Deo. 8, 1720, Benjamin Lincohi; 
she d. May 20, 1721. 

!!• Isaac* Lorino {John*, Thomas^), bom at Hull 
January 22, 1665-6; married August 5, 1691, Sarah Young. 

He removed to Boston ; was taxed in 1687 and afterward. 

He died December 3, 1702. His death is spoken of by 
Judge Sewall as a great loss to the Old South Church; 
"the Lord vouchsafe to dwell with us, and not break up 
housekeepbg among us." 

Children: 

Mar/, b. June 7, d. Aug. 20, 1692. 

Sarah, b. Aug. 26, 1693; m. Mar. 14, 1717, Joshua Blan- 

chard. "He rebuilt the Old South Church"; d. Oct. 

27, 1748; she d. Mar. 1, 1773. 
Mary, b. Marl 26, 1695; d. Dec. 17, 1701. 
Ruth, b. Dec. 19, 1696; d. in 1772. 
Isaac, b. Apr. 20, 1699. Nothing further known of him. 
William, b. Dec. 23, 1700. 
vii. Mary, b. Feb. 5, 1702; m. Mar. 1, 1731, Joseph Dyer. 

12. Nathaniel' Loring (John*, Thomas^), bom at 
Hull March 5, 1669-70; married in Boston December 13, 
1699, Susanna Butler, who was bom January 16, 1680. 

She and her husband were members of the North Brick 
Church, and she was manage of the ordination dinner 
on the occasion of the settlement of Rev. William 
Waldron; her bill is extant: 





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" 1722, May 22. Committee of y* N* Brick 

To 60 lb of Hama @ 12 d lb 2.10.0 

Tol5Tongue6@3dlb 2.05.0 

To 3 o«. Spice @ 2/6 oz 0.07.6 

To 1 Doa. of Glaases 0.08.0 

To 4 oa, of Spice @ 2/6 oz 0.10.0 

To 1 oa. Nutmegs 0.02.0 

Errors Excepted. 
Suaamia Loring." 

Captain Nathaniel Loring was a ''coaster/' plying 
between Boston and Hartford and other Connecticut 
ports. His vessel in 1703 was the Unity and in 1704 
the Dolphin. He was foreman of a jury in Boston 
in 1722. Was one of the active members of the North 
Brick Church, chairman of its building committee. Had 
formerly been in the church of which Rev. Cotton Mather 
was minister. 

He died December 16, 1744, leaving a will dated July 
12, 1723, in which he devised sums of money to the poor 
and to the ministers of both the churches with which he 
had been connected, making special request that ''Doctor 
Cotton Mather and his family" be well looked after. 
The widow Susanna died February 23, 1745. 

Children: 
i. Sl]0aIma^ b. Oct. 15, 1700. 
u. Nathanid, b. Sept. 1, d. Sept. 11, 1704. 
iii. Joeeph, b. and d. Oct. 23, 1706. 
iv. Rachel, b. Dec. 14, 1710; d. Sept. 1, 1712. 
39. V. Nathaniel, b. June 11, 1713. 

vi. Thomas, b. Aug. 20, 1716; d. before 1723. 
vii. Israel, b. May 25, 1717; d. before 1723. 
viu. Matthew, b. Feb. 14, 1719; d. before 1723. 

IS, Daniel* Loring (John*, Thpmas^), bom at Hull 
February 8, 1671*2; married first, at Boston February 
2, 1688, PrisciUa Mann. She died September 3, 1716. 
He married second, November 17, 1717, Susanna Breck, 
of Dorchester. She is called ^'Buckminster" in family 
records, but Breck in publishment. 

He was a brewer in Boston. Was a member of the 
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He died in 1742, leaving a will, bequeathing his property 
to his wife and three surviving children; they made a 
division August 15, 1743. 

Children: 

i. Daniel^ b. Mar. 30, 1700; d. soon. 

ii. Sarah, b. Nov. 15, 1701 ; d. June 1, 1702. 

iiL Daniel, b. Oct. 25, 1703; d. in 1721. 

40. iv. Isaac, b. Nov. 30, 1705. 

V. Nathaniel, b. Feb. 19, 1708; d. Apr. 5, 1784, bequeathing 
his estate to his nephew, William Patten. 

vi. PrisciUa, b. Jan. 15, 1713; m. Nov. 4, 1736, John Patten, 
of Boston, feltmaker. (See " Patten Genealogy.") 

14. Jacob* Loring (John*, Thomas^), bom at Hull 
April 21, 1676; married first, February 9, 1708-9, Sarah, 
daughter of John and Hannah (Lincoln) Lewis, bom 
July 12, 1690, died April 8, 1727. He married second. May 
8, 1728, Hannah, daughter of Peter and Hannah (Allen) 
Jacob, bom July 22, 1696, died November 12, 1778. 

He was a constable in 1709, a selectman several terms. 
Resided on Leavitt Street near East Street. 

He died December 5, 1751. His will, dated February 
4, 1749, proved January 21, 1751-2, provided that his wife 
should have life use of the house and have all of the per- 
sonal property. His son Jacob to have the home place 
(subject to his mother's rights); Zechariah to work in 
the smith's shop till he was twenty-three years of age, 
and to have one-half of the tools there; the three sons to 
have the rest of the land, paying £400 to their sister and 
£60 to their mother. 

Children: 
i. Sarah\ b. Oct. 9, 1723; m. Sept. 29, 1745, Jonathan Mitchell, 

of North Yarmouth, Me. 
iL Jacob, b. June 25, 1729; d. Aug. 7, 1777. Was a soldier of 

the Revolution. His widow Ruth and brother Zechariah 

administered on his estate, and sold land and house Apr. 

29, 1778. 

41. iii. Israel, b. Mar. 26, 1731. 

42. iv. Zechariah, b. Aug. 7, 1733. 

V. Peter, b, Aug. 27, 1735; d. July 4, 1736. 
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15. John* Lorino {John*, Thofnaa^)^ bom at Hull June 
28, 1680; married December 2, 1703| Jane, daughter 
of Nicholas and Experience (Collier) Baker, bom in 1687, 
died December 1, 1724. 

He resided at Hull. 

He was chosen to the peculiar office of '^ruling elder'' 
in the church, a position of influence and authority next 
to that of the pastor, a mark of very great character and 
religious experience. He was highly esteemed. He was a 
well-to-do farmer, and left a good estate. 

He died February 26, 1719-20. His will was proved 
June 1, 1720. 

A true Inventory of all ft sbs^eree the goods Chattels & Credets 
of John Lormg Deoeeed prised at Hull one the twelf Day of December 
1720, by us whose names are underwrit 

Imprimis his aparill 025 05 00 

Itam his Books 004 12 00 

Itam his Lands forty six Accors at £20 p acer .. 920 00 00 

One yoke of Oxen £16 fore Cows at £5 p cow .. 036 00 00 

Horses £20 Sheepe ai^ty at £13 p shere . . 072 00 00 

Yong Cattell 5 two year olds 5 yearlings 5 Calves . 029 05 00 

Two Swine at £2-10 p Swine 005 00 00 

to half a negro Caled peter £20 ft } his son £10: 

ipege 0300000 

to housen £150: to one Spanidi Inden Caled nancy 

60 200 00 00 

toBedftfumeturiny*Be6tItume:£24:3:4: . . 024 03 04 

to Bed ft f umetur in y* Bedrum 022 04 08 

to one in y* Chamber £16:4 teble Lining 02:17K)6 . 019 01 06 
to Chist of Dras £02:05 to tebles Chers and Chists 

£6 008 05 00 

to Bras Iron and puter 023 19 09 

to Lumber in the hous £6:17:3 fore Dusen of Botels 007 17 03 
to provisons in y* hous £25 to Lether in y* hous: 

£1:19:0 026 19 00 

to Working Tools Cart plows and Sundre things . 010 14 00 

Joseph Melton 
John Loring 
Samuel Loring 
Children: 

i. John^, b. May 16, 1705; d. soon, 
ii. John, b. Apr. 16, d. Sept. 10, 1706. 
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iv. Jane, b. Oet. 7, 1709; m. Apr. 3, 1729, Ephnim Andrews; 

he d. Aug. 13, 1732; she d. Mar. 18, 1733. 
Child: 

Joseph Andrews, b. July 31, 1731. 
V. James, b. Oct. 18, d. Nov. 5, 1710. 

44. vi. Nicholas, b. Sept. 1, 1711. 

45. vii. Thomas, b. Aug. 30, 1713. 

46. viii. Solomon, b. Jan. 12, 1715-16. 

ix. Bachel, b. Oct. 17, 1717; m. (1) May 24, 1739, Dea. John 
White, of Weymouth; rem. to No. Yarmouth, Me.; she m. 
(2) Maj. Samuel Denny, of Georgetown, Me., a daughter, 
Rachel Denny, m. Gen. Samuel McCobb of Arrowsie, Me. 

1A. IsRAifiL* LoRixo {John\ Thomas^) j bom at Hull 
April 15, 1682; married at HuU May 26, 1709, 
Mary, daughter of Nathan and Elizabeth (Allen) 
Hayman, of CharleBtown, bom in June, '^baptized the 
18th day of the 4th month,'' 1682; she was a woman of 
remarkable vitality and efficiency; a Boston paper said 
of her at the time of her decease that for forty-five years 
past she had eaten but one meal in twenty-four hours 
and that was ordinarily a little bread and cheese at night, 
a little before she went to bed; yet her health was such 
that she was at the head of her family affairs and business 
till about ten days before her death. (Her husband, 
however, speaks in his diary of her invalid condition for 
years.) *^ Respecting her offspring, a child of her great 
granddaughter was baptized by its great grandfather on 
the Sabbath that she lay dead, and it was called after her 
name/' She died December 24, 1769, in her eighty- 
ei^th year. 

Mr. Loring was graduated from Harvard College in 
1701, receiving the degree of Bachelor of Arts; he took 
his d^ree of Master of Arts in 1704. Meantime he had 
studied divinity and was called to the ministry of the 
chiu'ch of Sudbury; was ordained November 20, 1706, 
and continued in office and performing its duties sixty- 
six years; he had no colleague or assistant. 

He was tall and slender, energetic and forcible, yet 
affectionate. He was a preacher of more than ordinary 
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readers. He preached on various stirring themes, strongly 
Calvinistic and serious, warning men of the dreadful 
results of wrongdoing and the unspeakable delights and 
rewards of following the right way. ''Serious Thoughts 
on the Miseries of Hell''; ''The Glories of the Heavenly 
World" ; a sermon to young men; an appeal to the General 
Court in his election sermon, to provide for the children 
of those who had been unjustly punished or executed in 
the witchcraft madness; "Remarks on the Necessity of 
Legal Restraints in the Vending of Ardent Spirits," 
etc."; such wiene some of the fruits of his active, earnest, 
philanthropic soul. He kept a journal which has been 
preserved at Sudbury, in the public library and elsewhere, 
together with a great many letters and other manuscript 
notes. The journal extends over many years, and tells 
many items of a strictly personal nature, describes his 
own feelings at various times but gives little that is quot- 
able for the reading of the public or of the Loring family 
at large. This is also true of the letters. 

Mr. Loring speaks with deep emotion of the sickness 
and death of "Simeon,"* remarking that he was much 
attached to him because he had been bom and brought 
up in his house and had showed so many fine traits of 
character, and had just attained his freedom (tw^ity-one 
years old the month previous). Nothing in the journal 
suggests that tjiis was a negro boy, — and, plainly, color 
and servitude did not cause any separation between the 
souls of "master" and "slave." Simeon died May 10, 
1756. 

Mr. Loring preached twice on the Sabbath but one 
before his death, and made the prayer at town meeting 
the next day, but was taken ill there and carried home in 
a sleigh; he steadily failed till his system yielded. 

He died March 9, 1772, aged ninety years. In his will, 
dated October 10, 1770, he gave his estate to his sons, 
Jonathan and Nathan, his daughter^, Elizabeth Manson, 
Mary Wheeler, Sarah Browne and Susannah Moulton, 
and his grandchildren, John and Mary Loring, children 
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of his deceased son, John Loring. He had lands in Rut- 
land and Princeton beside his homestead in Sudbury; 
he ordered his library to be ''equally divided" between 
his heirs* 

Children: 

47. i. John*, b. Apr. 27, 1710. 

ii. EliBabeth, b. Nov. 16, 1712; m. Riehaid Manson. 

Child: 
Frederick Manson, b. Aug. 16, 1746. 
iii. Mary, b. ^pt. 14, 1716; m. Eliaha Wheeler. . 

CMdren: " 

1. Mary Wheeler, b. Feb. 1, 1733; m. by her grandfather 

Loring Jan. 1, 1750, to William Hunt. 

2. Sarah Wheeler, b. Nov. 17, 1734. 

3. Eliaabeth Wheeler, b. Feb. 1, 1737. 

4. Abigail Wheeler, b. Jan. 3, 1739. 
6. Aflahel Wheeler, b. Mar. 1, 1741. 

6. Ann Wheeler, b. Jan. 19, 1743. 

7. Israel Wheder, b. Jan. 7, 1745. 

8. Uriah Wheeler, b. Jan. 26, 1747. 

9. Sarah Wheeler, b. Mar. 12, 1749. 

10. Elisha Wheeler, b. Feb. 21, 1750. 

11. Abigail Wheeler, b. Dec. 22, 1752. 

12. Jonas Wheeler, b. Feb. 23, 1755. 

13. Caleb Wheeler, b. Nov. 7, 1757. 

14. Hayman Wheeler, b. Feb. 18, 1760. 

48. iv. Jonathan, b. Aug. 29, 1719. 

49. V. Nathan, b. Nov. 27, 1721. 

vi. Sarah, b. Nov. 10, 1724; m. Dec. 30, 1746, Hopestill Brown. 

Children: 

1. Hopestill Brown, b. Oct. 17, 1747. 

2. John Brown, b. Apr. 14, 1749. 

3. William Brown, b. Mar. 1, 1751. 

4. Abigail Brown, b. June 19, 1753. 

5. John Brown, b. Apr. 10, 1755. (A great granddaugh- 

ter, Miss H. Josephine Brown, has furnished much 
information regarding Rev. Israel Loring and his 
family, particularly from his letters and journals.) 

6. Hayman Brown, b. May 3, 1757. 

7. Sarah Brown, b. in Oct., 1759. 

8. Caleb Brown, b. in Jime, 1764. 

vii. Susannah (twin), b. Nov. 10, 1724; m. Apr. 24, 1770, Wil- 
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17. Caleb* Lobino (John*, Thomas^), bom at Hull 
January 2, 1688-9; married first, June 24, 1714, Elizabeth 
Baker, who died September 9, 1715, aged twenty-three 
years. He married second, January 15, 1718-19, Susanna, 
probably daughter of Nicholas and Sarah Cocks (also 
spelled Cocke and Cox), who was bom in Boston March 
23, 1693-4, baptized at the Second Church three days 
later. She was certainly a child of Sarah, dau^ter of Rev. 
Zechariah Whitman, who married first a man by the 
name of Cocke and second Captain Robert Gould, by 
whom she was called ''my dau^ter Sarah Goold" in a deed 
of land in 1722 (Suffolk Deeds 81: 162) which was sold 
by Susanna (Cocke) Loring's daught^^s, Susanna and 
Sarah (Suffolk Deeds 9527 and 130), thus proving their 
descent from the Whitmans. Rev. Zechariah Whitman 
presented a Bible ''to my grandson Caleb Loring" in 
consequence of this relation; the child who received 
it was the second Caleb in the family; he died soon and 
the Bible became the inhmtance of the father, Caleb; 
and when he had a third child to whom he gave the name 
of Caleb, the Bible naturally went to him; he lived to be 
a father and the book descended in his family till it was 
inherited by Hon. T^lliam Caleb Loring, who holds it 
now. 

Mrs. Susanna (Cocke) Loring died April 8, 1728, "in 
her 30th year"; Caleb married third, January 6, 1731-2, 
Rebecca, dau^ter of Captain Joseph and Elizabeth 
Lobdell, bom November 10, 1704; she survived him and 
administered on his estate; she died March 14, 1766. 
Her tombstone is in King's Chapel bur]ring ground. Her 
father was a son of Isaac Lobdell and his wife Martha, 
dau^ter of Samuel Ward, a pioneer at Hingham and 
Charlestown. (Hull Records, and Charlestown Gene- 
alogies.) 

Captain Caleb Loring was a town oflBcer, selectman, 
and held other positions; was a justice of the peace. He 
owned much land, — sixty-nine and one-half acres alto- 
gether, including a part of Nantasket Neck; one African 
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He met with some reverses; Rev. Nehemiah Hobart's 
record states that ''The bam of Capt. Caleb Loring was 
burnt by the lightning July 13, 1735. About eleven 
load of hay and barley consumed in it." He was one 
of the subscribers to ''Prince's Chronology." 

He died September 15, 1756. His brother, Rev. Israel 
Loring, records this event with much feeling. Caleb had 
been kicked by a horse four years before, and had re- 
covered from the injury, to all appearance. But on the 
morning of the 14th he was attacked with a violent 
pain in the breast, "in the place where the horse had 
kicked him"; remedies were used which gave him tem- 
porary relief, but the next day the pain returned with 
increased sharpness and he died suddenly. Israel speaks in 
his diary of his brother Caleb with much love and respect. 

Children: 

I Caleb^ b. June 4, d. Aug. 12, 1715. 

ii. Caleb, b. Jan. 21, d. Feb. 4, 171^20. 

iii. Susanna, b. June 5, 1721; m. (1) Feb. 18, 1741-2, Benjamin 

White; she m. (2) (int. at3o6ton, Aug. 8, 1745), Thomas 

Watts, 
iv. Sarah, b. Mar. 25, 1722-3; m. June 6, 1751, Ebeneser Un- 

cohi, Jr., of Hingham. She d. Nov. 6, 1796; he d. Mar. 

4,1808. 
y. Rebecca, b. Dec. 29, 1733; m. May 8, 1755, William Pooke. 

Their dau., Elisabeth Pooke, beeame the wife of No. 82b, 

Daniel Loriiig. 

50. vi. Caleb, b. Mar. 29, 1736. 

51. vii Joshua, b. Oct. 31, 1737. 

viii. Rachel, b. May 29, 1740; m. Nov. 2, 1763, Richard Bradford. 

52. ix. Israel, b. Aug. 30, 1741. 

53. X. Joseph, b. July 21, 1743. 

zi. Mary, b. Juliy 1, 1745; m. June 29, 1761, Joseph Sprague, of 

Hingham. (See Sprague Genealogy.) 
xii. Cromwell, b. May 11, 1747; d. m 1754. 
xiii. Celia (also called Selah), b. Apr. 11, 1749; m. in Boston 

May 30, 1769, Peter Sigoumey. 

19. Job* Lorino (JosuiAS Thomaa^)^ bom at Hingham 
February 26^ 1669-70; married Rebecca Sampson. He 
-was a shoemaker. He sold his land in Hingham in 1713 
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there. August 30, 1740, his wife and brother Jonathan 
petitioned the coiirt for leave to sell his real estate for 
the support of himself and wife, alleging that for two years 
Job had been ' ' not in the exercise of his reason." We have 
no record of the close of their lives. They had no children. 

20. Jonathan* Loring (Jo9iah\ Thomas^), bom at 
Hingham April 24, 1674; married about 1702 Elizabeth, 
daughter of Richard Austin, of Charlestown, bom May 
6, 1673, died April 26, 1756. He was a tanner and currier; 
resided on Long Lane in Boston. Was constablCi as-^ 
sessor, selectman at various times; a trusted member of 
the Old South Church; one of the committee to raise 
money for last bills on their meetinghouse in 1730. His 
negro slave Margaret was baptized in 1737, and he ''en- 
gaged for her education," a humane provision of Puritan 
slaveholders. He died October 15, 1752. There is no 
evidence that either of his children lived to marry or in- 
herit his estate. So the line of Josiah* came to an end 
(in the Loring name). 

Jonathan made his will in 1752; it was proved Novem- 
ber 3, 1752; gave life use of his estate to his wife; made 
bequests to ''her relations by blood" of the Austin 
family, and to the following ''relations by blood of his 
own," namely: his nephew, Josiah Gifford, of Sandwich; 
Rev. Israel Loring, of Sudbury, and his son, Jonathan 
Loring, of Marlborough; to the children of kinsman Daniel 
Loring, late of Boston, Isaac Loring and his daughter, 
Priscilla Patten; to cousin Sarah Blanchard, widow of 
Joshua Blanchard, and her sister, Ruth Loring, of Boston, 
single woman; to kinsman Rev. Thomas Prince, of Boston; 
to Capt. Joseph Prince, his son Joseph ("having lost his 
eyesi^t"), and his daughter, Mary Ballard; to Ruth 
Soper, daughter of imcle Isaac Prince, late of Boston, 
and to the children of Dr. Moses Prince. 

The widow, in her will, March 2, 1754, proved May 28, 
1756, ordered the executor to complete payment of the 
legacies her husband had made; and gave the residue of 
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CMdren: 

i. Eluabeth^, b. Sept. 13, 1704; d. early. 

ii. Abigail, b. Apr. 28., 1706. 

iii. Elizabeth, b. Apr. 21, 1707. 

iv. Jonathan, b. Sept. 24, 1710; was lieut. in the expedition to 

Cape Breton in 1744. 
V. Jofliah, b. Apr. 17, 1714. 

21. Benjamin* Loring {Benjamin^ Thamas^)^ born at 
Hull in 1672; married first, October 8, 1702, Anna, 
daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth Vickery, who died August 
15, 1723, in her fortynseventh year. He married second, 
September 13, 1726, Mrs. Deborah (Jacob) Gushing, 
daughter of John and Mary (Russell) Jacob and widow 
of Matthew Gushing, born May 8, 1677, died November 
30, 1755. 

He was a deacon of the church at Hull, a man of good 
repute. Was town officer in several lines, clerk, treas- 
urer, selectman, moderator* of town meetings. Was 
on the Grand Jury in 1723. Was sent by the town as a 
committee on several errands of importance, to individ- 
uals and bodies. 

He died April 28, 1732. 

Children: 

54. i. BenjaInin^ b. Apr. 2, 1704. 

ii. Anna, b. Oct 3, 1706; m. June 29, 1726, Thomas Bailey. 
Children: 

1. Thomas Bailey, b. Oct. 12, 1727. 

2. Samuel Bailey, b. Aug. 10, 1737. 

3. Loring BaOey, b. May 1, 1740. 

4. Anna Bailey, b. June 6, 1743. 

iiL Mary, b. Sept. 9, 1709; m. (1) Aug. 29, 1734, Thomas 
Wardwell, of Boston. (Warden in publishment in Boston, 
Aug. 1, 1734.) He d. in 1747, and she m. (2) Nov. 30, 
1751, James Clark, of Hull. 

iv. Rebecca, b. June 6, 1712; m. Mar. 2, 1732, Amos Binney. 
Shed. May 15, 1798. 

55. V. David, b. Aug. 5, 1714. 

*At one of the meetings over which he presided, Nov. 2, 1730, 
the town voted there should be bought for the town's use a whale 
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22. John* Losing {Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ born at Hull 
in 1674; married February 10, 1708-9, Elisabeth, daughter 
of John Collyer; she died January 29, 1744. 

He was a deacon of the church at Hull, often in town 
office, and much respected. On the committee appointed 
March 19, 1733, to build a new meetinghouse ''thirty 
feet wide and thh*ty six feet long/' He was of the owners 
of Rainsford's Island, who sold it to the Province in 1736 
for a hospital site. On the committee to buy a new church 
beU (150 pounds) in 1743. 

He died November 28, 1758; his wiU was proved in 
January following. 

Children: 

i. James*, b. Oct. 18, d. Nov. 5, 1710. 

56. ii. James, b. Jan. 18, 1711-12. 

iii. Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 1714; m. Nov. 30, 1738, Thomas White. 

He died of smallpox in Dec., 1760, upon his return from 

a journey in search for his son who had been idbsent in 

the French and Indian War. 
iv. Elizabeth, b. Mar. 12, 1717-18; m. Feb. 10, 1736, Elkanah 

Binney. He was lost at sea m 1752 or 1753. 
V. John, b. Feb. 21, d. Apr. 8, 1719. 

vi. Experience, b. Aug. 9, 1720; not mentioned in father's will, 
vii. John, b. June 26, d. Nov. 1, 1722. 
viii. Hannah, b. Dec. 6, 1724; m. Jan. 17, 1754, James Marsh, 

of Gloucester. 

23. Samtjsl* Lorino {Benjamin*y Thomas^)^ born at 
Hull in 1680; married April 19, 1716, Jane, daughter of 
John Collyer; bom October 3, 1697, died May 7, 1745. 

He was a selectman of Hidl; a deacon of the church; 
often on important committees and active in town 
affairs. 

He died February 17, 1757. 

Children: 

i. JaneS b. Dec. 18, 1718; m. Feb. 16, 1755, John Goold, Jr. 

57. ii. Samuel, b. Feb. 3, 1720-1. 

iii. Matthew, b. Mar. 17, 1722*^; was in the expedition against 
Louisburg and d. in imprisonment in 1747. 

iv. Experience, b. Mar. 10, 1724-5; m. Mar. 1, 1744, Elisha 
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V. Mercy, b. May 7, 1727; ogned a deed of her father's estate 
with her sisters Jane and Experience in 1768. 

vi. Jonathan, b. May 27, d. June 13, 1733. 

vii. Jonathjan, b. Jan. 17, 1734-5; was cast away and frosen to 
death on the passage to Boston in 1753. 

24. Matthew* Loring {Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ bom at 
HuU October 19, 1684; married first, December 23, 1714, 
Experience, daughter of lieut. Thomas Collier, who died 
in December, 1715. He married second, February 5, 
1718-19, Lydia Landell, who died December 6, 1719. 
He married third, November 7, 1720, Jane (Baker) 
Loring, widow of Elder John Loring, who survived him 
and died December 1, 1724. 

He bequeathed his prop^ty to his wife Jane, his sister, 
Mary Goold, a legacy to the church and the residue to 
his brothers. 

Children: 

L Hannah^ b. Sept. 1, d. Dec. 23, 1715. 

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26. Thomas^ Lobino (Thamaa^ Thamat?, Thomas^), 
bom February 4, 1700; married at Duxbury February 3, 
1723, Mary, daughter of Thomas and Sarah (Alden) 
Southworth, a granddaughter of the Pilgrim, John Alden, 
bom September 18, 1703, died November 12, 1739. 

He served on the jury, 1722-9; was on a committee 
to get the meetinghouse repaired in 1731. He liberated 
his slave December 1, 1739. 

He died December 8, 1739; his estate was divided m 
1746. 

Children: 

61. i. Thomiu^, b. Apr. 12, 1725. 

ii. Simeon; survived his father and his unde Joshua was ap- 
pointed his guardian; nothing more known cf him. 

iii. Levi, b. about 1728; m. Oct. 6, 1798 ( 'at sixty years of 
age," J. S.L.), widow Althea Hall. Was lieut. of the 1st 

00. of Duxbury militia which marched on the Lexington 
alarm. Had no children. He d. Feb. 19, 1821. His 
widow d. June 3, 1824. 

62. iv. Peres, b. A^g. 26, 1729. 

V. Joshua, b. Feb. 5, 1734n5; d. Feb. 3, 1760, and his estate was 
divided between his brothers and sister. 

vi. Deborah, b. Mar. 31, 1738; lived with her grandmother, 
Mrs. Loring-Richmond, at Little Compton, R. I.; m. at 
Westport (int. Sept. 5, 1754), Jeremiah Finney. 
Children (the first six bapt. at Bristol Aug. 30, 1772) : 

1. Thomas Finney. 

2. Loring Finney, b. June 18, 1760 (date from an old 

sampler). 

3. Elisabeth Finney. 

4. Deborah Finney. 

5. Mary Finney. 

6. Rebecca Finney. 

7. John Finney, b. Sept. 26, 1773. 

8. Jeremiah Finney, b. Nov. 25, 1782; d. Jan. 15, 1799. 

9. Hannah Finney, b. Nov. 25, 1787. 

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96. NAifiANUBL^ LoBiNQ (TAoiiuM*, Thomofi, Thomas^), 
born at Duxbury Axigust 21, 1704; nuirried January 19, 
1736, PrisciUa, daughter of William and Dorothy (Graves) 
Bailey, bom January 15, 1711; she survived her husband 
and married second, April 2, 1761, Ebenezer Barker. 

He removed to Pembroke; was a farmer. 

Children: 

i. Deborah*, b. June 3, 1738; m. Oct. 22, 1761, Jehiel Simmons. 

64. ii. William, b. Oct. 11, 1741. 

65. ui. Nathaniel, b. Jan. 20, 174a4. 

iv. Sarah, b. June 17, 1746; m. June 10, 1770, John Thomas. 
V. Abigail, b. Mar. 15, 1749; m. Jan. 18, 1770, Peter Bradford; 

rem. to Winslow and Readfield, Me. 
vi. Hamiah, b. Feb. 18, 1751 ; m. June 26, 1780, Wait Ford, 
vii. Priacilla, b. July 21, 1756; m. Jan. 6, 1782, Daniel Baker. 

27. Benjamin^ Lorino {Thama^f Thomas*, Thomas^), 
bom at Duxbury October 12, 1708; married February 
8, 1739, Anna, daughter of Col. John and Hannah Alden, 
bom June 2, 1716, died July 1, 1804, aged eighty-nine. 

He was a farmer at Duxbury; joined the church in 
his youth. He was a man of integrity and wisdom, of 
whom it was said, ^' All men speak well of him.'' 

He died March 1, 1781, 'Hhree quarters after eight in 
the morning." 

Children: 

i. Maryf, b. Nov. 22, 1739; d. Jan. 5, 1739-40. 

ii. Benjamin, b. Mar. 31, 1742; d. Aug. 8, 1745. 

iii. Sarah, b. Feb. 14, 1743-4. 

iv. Benjamin, b. Nov. 25, 1745; d. Nov. 11, 1752. 

66. V. Samuel, b. May 1, 1747. 

vi. Judah, b. June 5, 1749; sergt. in Col. Lathrop's regt. in 
1776. Did not marry. He d. Oct. 6, 1832^ 

67. vii. Daniel, b. Jan. 8, 1751. 

viiL John, b. Sept. 27, 1752; d. in 1753. 

ix. Seth, b. Feb. 7, 1755. He served in the Revolution; he 
enlisted June 15, 1776, and served in Capt. Turner's 
CO. of Col. MarshaD's regt. at Hull. Was sect, to 
the Mass. Board of War in 1779; after the war a tea 
merchant; d. unm. Sept. 10, 1779. 



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X. Lu<7, b. Sept 23, 1758; m. in Aug., 1781, Dr. Jabes FoDer, 
who d. Apr. 12, 1813. Sbe d. Nov. 8, 1847. 
Child: 

Seth Fuller, b. in 1782; d. Aug. 3, 1807. 

28. Solomon^ Loring {David*, Thomas*, Thomas^), 
bom at Barnstable March 10, 1701-2; married iSrst, 
May 25, 1727, Sarah, daughter of Jabez and Mary 
(Ford) Wilder, bom May 24, 1704, died November 2, 
1750. He married second, March 2, 1750-1, Deborah, 
daughter of Edward and Deborah (Lane) Ward, born 
March 7, 1710-11. 

He was a weaver; served as constable in 1739. Resided 
at Hingham Centre some time, then bought the Peter 
Jacob place in Hingham, at the comer of Main and 
Gushing streets. 

He died October 10, 1765. By his will he gave to his 
wife the use of his family Bible and the service of his 
servant Nero to cut her firewood, willing Nero to his son 
Job; the widow was also to have a place in the family 
pew as long as she could require it; all the apples she 
wanted for her own use, etc. 

Children: 

W. i. Solomon*, b. Nov. 18, 1728. 
ii Jouatl^n, b. Dec. 30, 1730. 

70. iii. Jabei, bapt. Sept. 16, 1733. 

iv. Lydia, bapt. Apr. 26, 1736; m. Nov. 17, 1757, David Gardner. 
V. Sarah, b. Jan. 6, 1737-8; m. June 16, 1763, David Cuahing, 
of Behoboth. 

71. vi. Job, b. Feb. 12, 173W0. 

72. viL Abner, b. Nov. 9, 1742. 

viii. Maiy, b. Sept. 26, d. in Nov., 1745. 
is. Deborah, b. and d. Oct. 31, 1745. 

29. DAvm* LoRiNa {Davids, Thomas*, Thomas^), bom 
at Barnstable August 15, 1704; married at Hingham 
April 10, 1729, Sarah, daughter of Joshua and Susanna 
(Nichols) Beal, born May 23, 1709. 

He lived at Hingham a year or two; removed to Bam- 
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Children: 

73. i. David*, b. at Hingham Apr. 5, 1730. 

74. ii. Otis, b. at Barnstable June 14, 1732. 

iii. Sarah, b. Jan. 16, 1733-34; m. Ezra Ide, of Reheboth; d. in 

1790. 
iv. Eliphalet, b. Nov. 4, 1736; d. young. 
V. Desire, b. Oct. 15, 1738; d. in 1828. 

75. vi. Eliphalet, b. Sept. 4, 1740. 

76. vii. Joshua, b. Oct. 17, 1741. 

77. viii. Abner, b. Apr. 6, 1743. 

78. ix. Elijah, b. Aug. 20, 1744. 

SO. Ignattos* Lorxng (Cofoft*, Thomas^ Thomas^) ^ 
born at Plympton December 27, 1699; married June 11, 
1724, Sarah, daughter of Capt. William Shurtleff ; she out^ 
hved him and died May 30, 1746, aged forty-four years. 
Residence, Plympton. He and his wife were members of 
the church. 

He died April 26, 1742. 

Children: 
L Caleb^, b. W. 9, d. Mar. 26, 1725. 
ii. Mary, b. Feb. 1, 1726; m. Oct. 25, 1745, Thomas Thompson, 

of Halifax (Mass.). 
iii. Caleb, b. July 19, 1727; d. in 1746. 

79. iv. Ignatius, b. Aug. 14, 1729. 

V. Sarah, b. Oct. 11, 1731 ; d. in 1732. 

80. vi. Joseph, b. May 1, 1734. 

-vii. Lydia, b. June 1, 1736; m. Oct. 24, 1754, Ebenezer Porter, 

of Bridgewater. 
viii. WiUiam, b. Apr. 15, 1738; d. unm. in 1763. 

30a. PoLYCAKPUS* LoRiNO (Cafc6», Thomas^ Thomas^), 
bom at Plympton in 1702; married S^tember 17, 1720, 
Mary Breck. She survived him and died August 12, 
1790. 

He was a physician at Plympton. 

He died May 4, 1770. 

Children: 
i. Hannah^ b. Aug. 31, 1731; d. unm. m 1792. 
ii. Mary, b. Sept. 5, 1733; m. Dec. 4, 1755, Dr. Thomas Rugg^ee, 
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iii. Jacob, b. Dec. 1, 1735; d. unm. in 1761. . 

iv. Susanna, b. Feb. 6, 1738; m. Jan. 10, 1777; Thomas Gannett. 

V. Daniel, b. Feb. 1, 1739. ^. 

vi. Abigail (twin) b. Feb. U ^^m. Feb. 16, im Jonathan 
Parker; d. Mar. 23, tffffij)©. 97. '^ 

vii. Caleb, b. Jan. 28, 1747ritf: in 1802 Sarah, daughter of Na- 
than Howard and widow of Caleb Packard, who d. Apr. 
1, 1733; he was a soldier in the Revolution, a popular 
innkeeper, selectman and assessor, much respected. He 
d., s.p., June 4, 1833. 

31. JoHN« LoRiNO (Calebs, Thotnaa*, Thomas^), bom at 
Plympton November 15, 1715; married in 1734, Ruth 
Sturtevant, who survived him and died at Spencer at 
the house of her son Nathaniel in January, 1803, aged 90. 

He was captain of the Bridgewater company which 
marched to Crown Point in September, 1755; was en* 
camped at Fort Edward July 25, 1756. General Winslow 
in a dispatch from Fort William Henry, October 28, 1756, 
says Captain Loring was sent off with a wagon for the 
transportation of the sick. He was ''probably'' killed 
in that campaign or in 1759. 

Children: 

i. Deborah*, b. May 15, 1735; m. in 1751 Lemuel Kingman, 
ii. Priflcilla, b. Aug. 17, 1737; m. (1) Apr. 2, 1761, Ebeneier 
Barker; m. (2) Apr. 23, 1786, Thomas Magoun. 

81. iii. James, b. May 1, 1739. 

iv. Ruth, b. Jan. 9, 1741. Was she not the Ruth Loring irtio 
m. Isaac Kingman at E. Bridgewater, Mar. 15, 17707 

V. Rebecca, b. Mar. 10, 1742; m. in 1763 Jacob Mitchdl, of 
Bridgewater. 

vi. Arabah, b. June 22, 1746. 

viL J(^, b. Apr. 13, 1748. 

82. viii. Nathaniel Thomas, b. at Bridgewater in 1749. 
ix. Peleg, b. in 1753; served in the Revdution. 

82a. X. Daniel, b. in 1754. 
xi. Mary, 
xii. Clara, 
xiii. Sylvia, b. in 1757; m. Job Barstow. 

32. Thomas* Lorino (Caleb^, Thamas\ Thomas^), bom 
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Sarah, daughter of Ebenezer and Mercy (Standish) 
Lobdell; she died February 20, 1773, aged fifty-four. 

He was a captain in the militia, 1765 to 1775, and 
marched with them on the alarm of April 19, 1775. A 
member of the church with his wife, and greatly esteemed. 

He died June 28, 1795. 

Children: 

83. i. EsekieP,b. July 27, 1742. 
ii. A dau. who d. in infancy. 
83a. iii. William, b. about 1746. 

33. Joseph^ Loring (Joseph*, John\ Thomas^), bom 
at Hingham September 2&, 1684; married Lydia, daughter 
of David and Sarah (Day) Fisk, of Lexington, bom May 
14, 1685; she survived him and died October 4, 1758. 

He removed to that part of Cambridge called The 
Farms, which was afterward incorporated as Lexington. 
Was a housewright by trade; elected at various times to 
town offices, assessor, constable, treasurer; also one of 
the deacons of the church. He gave one-third of his real 
estate to his son Joseph in 1737, and the daughters sold 
their rights in the same to Joseph after the father's death. 
Later the mansion and its adjacent lands passed into the 
ownership of Col. William Munroe, a son of Jedidiah 
Munroe. It was situated on the nuun street, opposite 
the old town hall. 

He died July 4, 1746. 

Children: 
i. Lydia*, b. Jan. 17, 1711; m. June 17, 1731, Dea. John 
Mason; he d. Jan. 20, 1787; she d. Feb. 18, 1791. 
Children: 

1. Lydia Maaon, b. Mar. 31, 1732. 

2. Katharine Maaon, b. Oct. 29, 1733; m. Apr. 23, 1759, 

Daniel Edea. 

3. John Maaon, b. Apr. 5, 1735; d. Mar. 24, 1738. 

4. Joseph Maaon, b. July 29, 1736; m. Oct. 19, 1769, 

Eliaabeth Ftok. 

5. Jonaa Maaon, b. Mar. 2, 1738; m. Mar. 28, 1762, 

Submit Whittemore. 

6. Eliiabeth Maaon, b. July 1, 1739. 

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8. MiUioent Mason, bapt. Feb. 28, 1742. 

9. Hannah Mason, bapt. Sept. 6, 1747; d. Feb. 10, 1786. 

10. Samud Mason, bapt. May 14, 1749. 

11. Daniel Mason, bapt. July 21, 1751; m. Jan. 6, 1793, 

Sarah Cheney. 

12. Ebeneser Mason (twin) bapt July 21, 1751. 
84. ii. Joseph, b. Aug. 21, 1713. 

iii. Sarah, bapt. July 17, 1715; m. Dec. 2, 1736, Cap! Thaddeus 
Bowman. She d. Jan. 12, 1771. 
Children: 

1. Sarah Bowman, b. Oct. 2, 1737; d. Oct. 3, 1742. 

2. Edmund Bowman,^b. Aug. 4, 1739; m. May 8, 1760, 

Esther Hoar. 

3. Joseph Bowman, b. Feb. 13, 1741; m. Nov. 22, 1764, 

Katherine Munroe. 

4. Thaddeus Bowman, b. Feb. 10, 1743; m. Nov. 7, 

1764, Elita Lawrence. 

5. Solomon Bowman (twin) d. June 10, 1744. 

6. Solomon Bowman, b. June 2, 1745. 

7. Joshua Bowman, b. Jan. 22, 1747. 

iv. John, bi^t. Aug. 11, 1717; d. Dec. 13, 1717. 
Y. Hannah, bapt. Sept. 20, 1719; m. May 22, 1735, Samuel 
Winship, Jr. ; he d. Feb. 10, 1780; she d. Jan. 12, 1771. 
Chfldren: 

1. Hannah Winship, b. Apr. 26, 1736; m. Mar. 20, 1760, 

Richard Francis. 

2. Lydia Winship, b. Feb. 14, 1738; d. May 9, 1754. 

3. Elisabeth Winship, b. May 23, 1740; m. Mar. 1, 1759, 

Nehemiah Estabrook. 

4. Martha MTmship, bapt. May 12, 1742; d. Jan. 8, 1746. 

5. Samuel Winship, bapt. Apr. 17, 1744; m. July 4, 1771, 

Rebekah Johnson. 

6. Loring Winship, bapt. Dec. 10, 1746; d. May 11, 1754. 
vi. Abigail, ha;pt. Jan. 7, 1722; m. Jedidiah Munroe; she d. 

Nov. 30, 1811. 
Children: 

1. Abigail Munroe, bapt. Oct. 12, 1746; d. in Nov., 1834. 

2. Jedidiah Munroe, bapt. July 30, 1749; d. Feb. 4, 1812. 

3. Luther Munroe, b. Mar. 23, 1755. 

4. Joseph Munroe, b; Dec. 4, 1757; m. Rhoda Leach of 

Wobum. 

5. Dolly Munroe, bapt. Mar. 30, 1760. 

6. Zacharias Munroe, bapt. July 1, 1764. 

7. Elizabeth Munroe, bapt. July 1, 1764. 

vii. Mary (twin), b^t. Jan. 7, 1722; m. June 30, 1751, Samuel 
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34. NEHEBflAH^ LoRiNO (Jo«epA*, John\ Thcmuul^)^ born 
at Hingham June 17, 1686; married first, May 5, 1709, 
Elizabeth, daughter of Andrew and Sarah (Gibson) 
Cunningham, bom at Boston June 17, 1690. After her 
death he married second, October 29, 1727, Deborah 
Watkins, daughter of William Jeanes, and widow of 
Samuel Watkins, of Stratford, Conn. He was a cord* 
wainer; removed to Stratford, Conn.; united with the 
Episcopal church there and was one of the wardens. 
He died in 1730; Richard Rogers and the widow adminis- 
tered on the estate; Rev. Samuel Johnson, rectbf of the 
church, was appointed guardian of the son Joshua, 
March 2, 1730-1, and the widow guardian of Deborah 
and Joseph, Mr. Rogers of Sarah. The inventory showed 
a large estate, appraised at £479-12-8. There is no ac- 
count of administration or guardianships on record or 
file. 

The widow had large transactions in real estate, 
some of it her former husband's. She died in 1775; her 
will, dated March 31, was proved April 17, 1775; directed 
her ''two sons,'' William Watkins and Joseph Loring, to 
pay all debts; a bond she had given to her son Watkins 
was to be adjusted; she bequeathed a house with land 
adjoining to Zeruiah Loring, wife of her son Joseph; gave 
a silver spoon to granddaughter Deborah Loring; directed 
that provision be made for the support of Ichabod Lewis, 
whom she appointed executor and directed that the resi- 
due of the estate be divided between ''my five children 
William Watkins, Joseph Loring, Anne Patterson, Sarah 
Hawley and Deborah Seeley." If her stepson, Joshua 
Loring, were living, he must have been living at a distance 
and had had his portion when he came of age. The 
town records give no statement of his death; so far as 
local evidence goes there is no proof that he was not 
alive except the omission of his name by the stepmother 
in her will. But that might have been made if he were 
in another State and well cared for or if he were abready 
dead elsewhere. If he had resided in another State his 
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Children: 

i. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 6, 1712; m. in Oct., 1731, Samuel Clark, 

ii. Sarah, b. Dec. 25, 1714; d. soon, 

iii. Sarah, b. Feb. 11, 1718. 

85. iv. Joshua, b. June 25, 1722. 

V. Deborah, b. in Nov., 1728; m. Benjamin Seeley. 
85a. vi. Joeeph, b. in March, 1730. 

86. Joshua* Loring {Joseph^ John*, Thomas^) j born 
at Hingham September 21, 1688; married (intention at 
Boston January 21, 1711), Hannah, dai^hter of Edward 
Jackson, of Newton; she had a bequest of nine pounds 
from her father in 1726. She survived Mr. Loring and 
married second, in 1729, Ebenezer Dorr. 

He settled first at Cambridge (south side) ; was a mem* 
ber of the church and was dismissed from that to the 
church in Boston of which Rev. Dr. Wadsworth was 
pastor. Was clerk of Boston Market in 1710; member 
of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company. Was 
a tann^ by trade; was constable in 1720. He died in 
December, 1721; estate appraised at £722-2-2; Mrs. Dorr 
presented her account of administration January 2, 1729. 

Children: 

i. Abigail*, b. Dec. 29, 1712; m. Apr. 25, 1734, Edward Dorr. 

86. ii. Joshua, b. Aug. 3, 1716. 
iii. Hannah, b. June 1, 1721. 

36. Benjamin^ Lobing (Thonuu^, John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Hingham October 6, 1692; married first, January 
17, 1716-17, Deborah, dau^ter of Daniel and Elizabeth 
(Thaxter) Cushing, bom October 19, 1694, died March 
26, 1722. He married second, December 24, 1728, Jael, 
daughter of Deacon Peter and Hannah (Allen) Jacob, 
bom May 10, 1703, died October 20, 1771. 

He was constable in 1717 and 1718; selectman in 1732 
and several other terms; was captain in the First Regi- 
ment of Horse in the province, in 1741. He died June 6, 
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L Deborah*, b. Jan. 3, 1717-18; m. (1) June 3, 1736, Thomas 
Lothrop, of Barnstable; m (2) Mar. 31, 1745, Rev. Elisha 
Marsh, of Narraganset township, No. 2. 

87. ii. Thomas, b. Dec. 25, 1719. 

iii. Mary, b. May 21, 1721 ; d. unm. Jan. 24, 1753. 
iv. Joshua, b. Mar. 9, 172^; d. Feb. 21, 1743-4. 

88. V. Josiah, b. Jan. 19, 173Q-1. 

vi. Abigail, b. Oct. 23, 1732; d. unm. Sept. 15, 1785. 
vii. Elisabeth, b. Jan. 19, 17334; d. unm. Sept. 1, 1808. 

89. viii. Benjamin, b. Feb. 26, 1735-6; m. Sarah Smith. Kept the 

Golden Ball Tavern on Merchants' Row, Boston; d. 
Feb. 7, 1782. His widow kept the tavern till her death in 
1790. In his will he bequeathed his estate in Boston and 
Hingham to his wife, his sisters Abigail and Elisabeth 
and his nephew Benjamin, son of his brother Joseph. 

90. iz. Joseph, b. July 29, 1738. 

91. X. George, bapt. July 5, 1741. He served on the "secret 

expedition" to Tiverton, R. I., Oct. 4, 1777; service 28 
days. Was also !' armourer" on the brigantine Tyran- 
nicide, Aug. 24 to Dec. 18, 1778. 

92. ad. Daniel, bapt. Apr. 10, 1743. 

zii. Susanna, bapt. Apr. 12, 1745; m. Dec. 30, 1781, Joseph 
Hammond. 

38. William* Lorino {Isacu^, John*j Thomas^), bom at 
Boston December 23, 1700; maxried November 19, 
1724, Aime, daughter of Thomas and Ann Holland, born 
January 23^ 1705; she died in 1784. 

He was a housewright in Boston. 

Children: 

L Anne*, b. May 29, 1726; m. (int. Oct. 12, 1749), Benjamin 
Clarke 

93. ii. Isaac, b. Nov. 30, 1729. 
iiL Sarah, b. Dec. 26, 1781. 

94. It. William, b. June 20, 1736. 

39. Nathanibl* Lobino (NathaniePf John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Boston June 11, 1713; married first, June 7, 1730, 
Mary, daughter of Edward Gray. He married second, 
June 18, 1746, Mary Gyles, of Roxbury, who was bom 
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He was a merchant in Boston near Faneuil HalL Was 
on the Grand Jury in 1750; a member of the Ancient and 
Honorable Artillery Company; often on the school com- 
mittee. 

He died in 1770. His estate passed to the Gray family. 

Children: 
i. Su8aIUla^ b. Mar. 4, 1742; rum com'pos. 
ii. Mary, b. June 4, 1748; d. young, 
iii. Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 1750; d. Dec. 9, 1770. 
iv. John Gyles, b. Mar. 25, 1753; d. Oct. 1, 1770. 

40. Isaac* Loring (DanteP, John\ Thomas^), bom at 
Boston November 30, 1705; married Jime 25, 1731, 
Mary, daughter of Peter Butler. Her mother was Mary, 
daughter of the famous bookseller, Samuel Phillips, and 
shared in Mr. Phillips' large estate. 

Isaac Loring was a signer of the HoUis Street Church 
covenant. He was a juryman in 1753; removed to Hop- 
kinton, where he was a private in Captain Jones' militia 
company. He was a leather dresser. 
. He died in 1788. 

Children: 
i. Mary*, b. Sept. 3, 1733; m. Thomas Eteridge. 
ii. Priacilla, b. 1735; d. in 1816. 
iii. Faith (twin), b. 1735; m. in 1761 Joseph Jenkson. 
iv. EUsabeth, b. 1739. 
y. Ann. b. 1743; d. 1828. 
vi. Daniel, b. 1745; d. 1778. 
vii. Hannah, b. 17^. 
95. viii. Nathaniel, b. 1751. 

41. Israel^ Lorino {Jacc¥f John\ ThomasS), born at 
Hingham March 26, 1731; married (intention March 25, 
1756) Mary, daughter of Capt. Andrew and Eunice 
Newell, of Charlestown. 

He was a hatter; lived at Boston. He died December, 
1771, or January 3, 1772. The widow and surviving chil- 
dren removed to New York city; they quitclaimed their 
rights in the estate of her husband's brother Jacob to 
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Children: 

i. Israel*, b. in 1756; d. young, 

ii. Joaeph, b. in 1767. 

96. lii. William, b. Apr. 11, 1759. 

iv. Thomas R. 

V. Hannah, 

vi. Mary, b. in 1763. 

vii. Elisabeth, b. in 1765. 

viii. Eunice, b. in 1767. 

ix. Israel, b. in 1769. 

42. Zechabiah^ Loring {Jacobs, John\ ThomM^)^ 
bom at Hingham August 7, 1733; married Mary, 
daughter of Samuel and Thankful (Lincoln) Joy, bom 
September 8, 1741. She and Mr. Loring joined with 
her sister Elizabeth and her husband, Jesse Sprague, 
March 26, 1788, in a deed of land in Hingham which they 
had inherited. The '' History of Hingham '' states that 
this Mary Joy married Stephen Mansfield, and makes no 
mention of her becoming the wife of Zechariah Loring; 
but the editor of this work believes that the wife of Stephen 
Mansfield was another Mary Joy who was bom May 0, 
1736, and who had no sister Elizabeth. 

Zechariah Loring, according to his father's will, learned 
the trade of a ''smith"; was called ''weaver" in some 
documents, "barber" in others. He Uved in his native 
town till well along in life, when he sold his Hingham 
property (the latest deed was in 1795) and removed to 
Perry, Me., by the side of the St. Croix River, Where it 
empties into Passamaquoddy Bay. 

THE WILL OF ZECHARIAH LORING 

I, Zackariah Loring of Passamaquody in the County of Washington 
in tiie State of Massachusetts, yeoman this twenty third day of May 
and one Thousand Eight hunchicd and five being weak in body but 
of sound mind and memory thanks be to God. Calling to mind the 
mortality of the body knowing that it b appointed to all men to die 

I do make and ordain this to be my Last Will and Testament. And 
first & principly I give and recommend my Soul into the hands of 
Ged that gave it hoping for full pardon of aU my sins thro' the atone- 
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buried in a decent manner at the Discresion of my Executor here- 
after mentioned and as touching such worldly Estate wherewith it 
hath pleased Ood to bless me with in this life my mind and will is, 
the same be disposed and imployed as follows 

First that all my just debts and funeral charges be paid by my 
Executors hereafter mentioned in convenient season after my decease 

I do appoint my loving Wife Maiy Loring and my son Peter Loring 
sole Executors of this my last will and testament 

First I give to my Dear and beloved Wife Mary Loring all my 
Personal Estate at her disposal and I give her all my real estate as 
long as she liveth in this worid after her the real Estate is to be equally 
deluded between my children excepting Caleb I give Caleb Four 
Dollars only which is to be paid out of each ones share equally alike. 

All the just debts and funeral charges shall be paid out of the 
real estate This I declare to be my last will and testament in the 
presents of 

Zackariah Loring 
Moses Lincoln 
Nathaniel Stoddar 
Jacob Lincoln 

Children, all but the first recorded at Hingham: 

m. i. Peter*. 

iL Caleb, bapt. July 2, 1769; '' A. unm." 
iiL Hannah, bapt. Sept. 22, 1771; m. Apr. 8^ 1792, Levi Cor- 
thell, of Hingham. They remov^ to Passamaquoddy. 
Chfldren: 

1. Levi CortheU, b. Aug. 18, 1793. 

2. Deborah Corthdl, b. in Me. Jan. 26, 1796; ul Robert 

Mellen. 

3. Ldring CortheU, b. Sept. 14, 1798. 

4. Mary Loring Corthdl, b. Feb. 22, 1801; m. Frederic 

Ball. 
6. Hannah CortheU, b. June 27, 1804; m. David F. Jacob. 

6. Isaac CortheU, b. Nov. 24, 1807. 

7. SaUy Loring CortheU, b. Oct. 3, 1809; m. James Adams. 

8. Elijah CortheU, b. Apr. 25, 1813. 

98. iv. Zaccheus, bapt. Nov. 21, 1773. 

99. V. Isaac, bi^t. Nov. 10, 1776. 
vi. Sarah, Ya^pX. Apr. 11, 1779. 

43. John* Losing (John*^ Jokn\ Thomas^), bom at 
Hull January 15, 1707; married September 18, 1729, 
Elizabeth Lobdell; she died in 1778. 

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removed to North Yarmouth (then included in Maasar 
chusetta, Maine not being a State till 1820) before 1750, 
and took up ''The great gully/' extending along the 
present line of the raifaxiad into what was later incor- 
porated as Pownal. 

He served in the miUtia; was elected a selectman. 

He died in 1784. 

Children: 

i. John*, b. Mar. 30, 1730; d. Apr. 8, 1736. 
100. ii. Eiekiel, b. Mar. 30, 1731. 

iii. Jane, b. Oct. 26, 1732; m. (1) Dec. 5, 1754, Jacob Mitch- 
ell, Jr.; she m. (2) Nov. 11, 1756, John Hayes. 

iv. Amelia, b. Mar. 26, 1734; d. Apr. 12, 1836. 

V. Deborah, b. Aug. 19, 1735. 

vi. EUsabeth, b. Aug. 29, 1737. 

vii. Amelia, b. Mar. 7, 1739; m. Samuel Cutter; d. Jan. 8, 1799. 
100a.viu. John, b. May 3, 1741. 

ix. Olive, b. Nov. 18, 1744; m. Mr. Buxton. 

X. Katherine, b. Aug. 18, 1746. 

xi. Ephraim, b. Dec. 6, 1749; d. in 1751. 

44. NicmoLAB^ LoRiNQ (John*y Johnny Thomaa^)^ bom 
at Hull September 1, 1711; married March 29, 1737, 
Mary, daughter of Col. Sylveeter Richmond, of little 
Compton, R. I., bom November 29, 1713, died September 
15, 1803, aged ninety. Her father married, for his second 
wife, Deborah, widow of Lieut. Thomas Loring, of Dux- 
bury; so that the families were brought into close relations. 

Nicholas Loring was graduated at Harvard College 
in 1732; began to preach at Hull, Sudbury and other 
places in 1735; was settled at North Yarmouth in the dis- 
trict of Maine. The township, his parish, covered a 
territory which now includes the towns of Yarmouth, 
North Yarmouth, Cumberland, Freeport, Pownal and 
HarpswiU. Though the population was not large, the 
distances to be traversed and the poor roads or trails 
made the pastor^s duties very heavy. During his ministry 
of twenty-seven years he baptized 640 persons (chiefly 
in infancy) and received 164 to the church, beside minister- 
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always concerned for his people, his mind and heart 
were active in world cares; when King George II was 
successful in the defeat ojf the French at Dettingen, 
Germany, in 1743 he preached a sermon on the occasion, 
as the Boston News Letter of October 20 narrates. When 
the stirring, somewhat revolutionary in method, Rev. 
George Whitefield, came to America Mr. Loring was 
one of those who welcomed him to Maine and co-operated 
in his revival work. The Indian attacks made it necessary 
for every able-bodied man to help in defending the settle- 
ment, and Mr. Loring was enrolled as a "centinel'' in 
the company of Captain Benjamin in 1746 and 1749. 
He was not remarkably vigorous in body; his descendant. 
Rev. Amasa Loring, writes of him, ''In his person he was 
tall and slim, of a spare countenance, and rather feeble 
in strength. He ever found it necessary to eat a few 
raisins while the choir was singing, to strengthen him 
for the delivery of his discourse.'' Rev. David Shepley 
says of him, ''His voice and manners were winning and 
his feelings of a most affectionate character." His 
salary was very small, not always paid well, and the family 
Ufe frugal and simple. 

He died July 31, 1763, at the a^ge of fifty-two, doubtless 
worn out by the burdens and hardships of that service 
to God and his people. There is much to interest a de- 
scendant, as well as students of those times, in the action 
of the town after his decease: A committee was appointed 
"for providing such things as the town may order for the 
Rev. Mr. Loring's funeral. Fans, gloves, shoes, ribbons, 
buckles, buttons, vails and hoods for the four diaughters; 
hatbands, buckles and gloves for the three oldest sons; 
a fan, gloves and handkerchief for Bezaleel Loring's 
wife; the widow to be put in decent mourning at the dis- 
cretion of the committee; crape gowns for the four 
daughters; the three youngest sons to be clothed in mourn- 
ing at the discretion of the committee; rings and gloves 
for the pall bearers, and what other things are necessary.'' 
For all this, which was faithfully carried out, the widow 
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Children: 

101. i. Richmond^ b. Mar. 29, 1738. 

102. ii. Besaleel, b. Apr. 13, 1739. 

103. iii. Levi, b. Dec. 3, 1740. 

iv. Lucretia, b. Jan. 3, 1742; m. Sept. 24, 1763, Hon. David 

Mitchell, a member of the ProvinciaJ Ck>ngre88 in 1775. 

She d. Jan. 6, 1809. 
y. Mary, b. Nov. 22, 1744; m. Joeeph Gray; she d. Nov. 7, 

1796. 
vi. Elisabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1746; m. Humphrey Chaae; ahe d. 

Sept. 16, 1820. 
vii. Rachel, b. Nov. 2, 1746; m. Jotham Mitchell. 

104. viii. Thomas, b. June 6, 1751. 

ix. Nicholas, Jr., b. June 23, 1765. He enlisted July 8, 1775, 
and served six months in defense of the Maine coast; re- 
enlisted Feb. 1, 1776 and served two months in the siege 
of Boston; was also one of the crew of the Pallaa in the 
Penobscot expedition. He was lost at sea. 

105. X. Jeremiah, b. Apr. 12, 1758. 

46. Thomas* Lorino (Johnny John^^ Thomas^), born at 
Hingham August 30, 1713; married May 17, 1739, Sarah, 
daughter of Joshua and Alice (Bradford) Hersey, born in 
Hingham, baptized December 27, 1719, died October 
24, 1798. 

He was a hatter and feltmaker; resided on Main 
Street in Hingham. Was constable in 1746. Was a 
member of the town Committee of Correspondence and 
Safety in 1774 and 1777; member of the Committee on 
State Constitution in 1780 and of that on Bounties for 
Revolutionary veterans the same year. 

He died August 23, 1795. 

Children: 

106. i. Joiham^ b. Apr. 30, 1740. 

ii. Aaa, b. Mar. 17, 1741-2; d. unm., June 24, 1800. 

iii. Thomaa, b. July 29, 1744; d. Dec. 31, 1745. 

iv. Sarah,b.July20, 1747; d. Dec. 31, 1764. 

V. Jane, b. Dec. 10, 1749, d. Apr. 5, 1752. 

vi. Jane, b. Nov. 5, 1752; m. Feb. 16, 1782, Hemy Thaxter. 

107. vii. Thomas, b. Mar. 10, 1755. 

viii. Rachel, b. July 17, 1758; d. umn., Nov. 6, 1813. 
ix. ChrifltiaDa, b. June 16, 1760; d. unm.. May 12, 1827. 



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46. Solomon* Lobino (John^, John\ Thofnaa^)^ born 
at Hingham January 12, 1715-16; married July 26, 1739, 
Alice (also called sometimes ''Else") daughter of Joshua 
and Alice (Bradford) Hersey, born November 9, 1720, 
died February 28, 1803. 

He learned the trade of blacksmith at Pembroke; be- 
came also a farmer and an inn-holder. Settled at North 
Yarmouth, Me. He and his wife joined the church at 
pCTibroke and' were received by letter from that church 
by the Yarmouth congregation. His house was near 
the old ''Ledge meetinghouse." Town meeting was held 
in it in 1773, when he was one of the selectmen. He was 
a member of the conmiittee appointed that day to 
answer the letter from the selectmen of Boston, assuring 
them of the town's agreement with their views on the 
subject of relations with Great Britain; and a member of 
the Conmiittee of Correspondence and Safety. At an 
earlier date, in 1757-67, he was a captain in the colonial 
army in defense against the Indians and French. 

He dropped dead while coming home from the field 
August 2, 1788. His large estate was divided between his 
children September 25, 1782. 

Children: 
i. RacheP, b. Apr. 4, 1741 ; d. Nov. 7, 1749. 
iL HaDiuih, b. Jan. 29, 1742; d. same day as the above, 
iii. Jane, b. Jan. 16, 1744; m. Dec. 30, 1773, Benjamin Mitchell, 

of N. Yannouth; she d. Feb. 6, 1836. 
iv. Sarah, b. Apr. 12, 1747; m. Nov. 10, 1768, Wm. Riehardaon 

Bucknam. 

108. V. David Cuphing, b. Aug. 13, 1749. 

109. vi. Sdomon, b. Sept. 29, 1751. 

vii. Nicholaa, b. Aug. 13, 1753; d. Oct. 22, 1754. 

viii. Celia, b. May 5, 1755; d. Feb. 9, 1757. 

ix. Celia, b. Mar. 30, 1757; m. Jan. 7, 1790, Joseph Copeland. 

X. Hannah, b. Aug. 30, 1758; d. Sept. 29, 1763. 

xi. Christiana, b. Aug. 30, 1760; m. July 12, 1779, Nathaniel 

Blanchard. 
xii. Mary, b. Oct. 23, 1763; m. Nov. 3, 1791, Beaaleel Young. 

47. John* Lobino {Israel^ John\ Thomasf)^ born April 
27, 1710; nuurried December 9, 1736, Elizabeth Vryling; 



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she died May 8, 1771, bequeathing her estate to her 
sister, Sarah Vryhng, and her own two children; referred 
to her uncle, John Alford, Esquire, late of Charlestown. 

He was a physician, first at Concord in 1736, then in 
charge of the sick at the Boston Almshouse. This 
building was at the corner of what are now Beacon and 
Park Streets; was near the '' Granary" where the town 
stored grain for the benefit of the poor and sold it to them 
at low rates in times of scarcity. Dr. Loring had a salary 
of £50 a year for his duties at the Almshouse, beside 
his general practice. 

He died very suddenly, in apparently perfect health, 
while reclining on a cushioned seat at a window of his 
residence, April 11, 1744. 

Children: 

110. i. John*, b. Dec. 26, 1737. 

ii. Mary, b. Aug. 25, 1743; m. in 1772 Capt. William Ruggles. 



48. Jonathan* Lorino (IsraeP, Johv?^ Thomas^), bom 
at Sudbury August 29, 1719; married January 21, 1740, 
Elizabeth, daughter of CoL Benjamin and Elizabeth 
(Morse) Woods, of Marlborough, bom March 28, 1719, 
died January 18, 1776. 

He was graduated from Harvard CoU^e in 1738. He 
was a lawyer. As attorney for a Boston man he signed 
the discharge of a mortgage September 17, 1747 (Wore. 
Deeds 12: 341). Settled at Marlborough. He was in a 
military company in 1757; also served in Colonel Dike's 
regiment in 1775. 

He died December 24, 1782. 

Children: 

111. i. Abel», b. Mar. 26, 1741. 

ii Hayman, b. Mar. 9, 1743; served in a military company in 

1761; d. Boon, 
iii. Israel, b. Feb. 9, 1745; d. eariy. 
iv. John, b. Apr. 7, 1747; d. Sept. 3, 1748. 

112. ▼. John, b. Sept. 7, 1749. 



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113. vi. Willkm, b. June 10, 1752. 

vii. larad, b. Feb. 9, 1754; served from Apr. 26, 1775, throui^ 
the year and again in 1779. He d. unm. 

114. viii. Thomas, b. Feb. 18, 1755. 

48. Nathan* Lorino {Israeli, John\ Thomas})^ bom 
at Sudbury November 27, 1721 ; married first, December 
31, 1747, Kezia Woodward, who died July 28, 1764, 
aged 26 years. He married second, December 28, 1775, 
Elizabeth Clapp. 

He resided at Sudbury; conveyed a tract of land to his 
son Daniel. He died April 25, 1803. 

Children: 

i. Sarahs b. Apr. 19, 1750. 

115. ii. Daniel, b. May 28, 1752. 

iii. Kesia, b. July 20, 1754; m. Rev. Abraham Wood, 50 
years minister of Chesterfield, N. H. 

60. Caleb^ Lorino (Cofcft*, Johm?^ Thomas^)^ born at 
Hull March 29, 1736; married first (intention at Boston 
April 30, 1760) Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Ruth 
(Baker) Bradford, bom at Boston, March 7, 1736, a de- 
scendant of Robert Bradford, one of the foimders of Bos- 
ton; she died July 11, 1769. He married second, in 1770, 
Margaret, daughter of Giles and Margaret Tidmarsh, 
bom at Boston, March 1, 1734, who had married first 
Joshua, Caleb's brother. She d^ed April 12, 1801; was 
buried at Hingham. 

He lived several years in Hingham, at the corner of 
Main and Cottage Streets. Removed to Boston. Was 
a distiller, of the firm of Loring & Snelling. He owned 
vessels; one, The Rising Sun, was captured and scuttled 
by the British; another, The Neptune, was captured by 
the British privateer Penobscot; recaptured five months 
later by the American schooner Jackal; taken again the 
same day by the British privateer Experiment, but then, 
eight hours afterward, was finally taken by the Jackal 
and carried into Salem. Although Mr. Loring protested, 
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Court, and the decision confirmed by the Supreme Court| 
because the papers and ccmmiissions of the British were 
found on board of the vessel when the Jackal captured 
her (February 13, 1783.) 
Mr. Loring died at Boston in December, 1787. 

Children: 
L Caletf , b. Aug. 20, 1762; d. in two weeks. 

116. ii. Caleb, b. Jul 13, 1764. 

iiL Sarah, b. Aug. 22, 1765; did not marry; d. in Aug., 1846. 

117. iy. Joeeph, b. Aug. 11, 1767; grad. Harv. CoD. in 1786; was 

' surgeon of ship MastachuaetU in 1790. Later a mer- 
chant in Lisbon and m. a lady of that city. Had several 
children and a son who married. (J. 8. L.). He d. in 
1867. (Harv. Gen. Cat.) 

V. Ruth, b. Aug. 26, d. Sept. 8, 1768. 

vL Ruth, b. July 2, 1769; did not marry; her wiU was probated 
in 1890. 

vii. William, b. Aug. 20, 1771. He had his portrait painted in 
Italy, which he sent home to his mother; d. unm. at 
Buenos Ayres in 1803. 

118. viii. Edward, b. Feb. 25, 1773. 

ix. Giks, b. at Hingham Aug. 20, 1776; d. at Cape Francais, 
or Haitian (formerly a flourishing city of Hayti), in 1791. 

61. Joshua^ Lobino (CaleV, John\ Thomas^) , bom at 
Hull October 31, 1737; married at Boston October 30, 
1760, Margaret Tidmarsh (see previous article). 

He was a cooper inBoston. Was an inspector in 1764. 

He died October 7, 1767; administration on his estate 

October 26, 1767; biuied in the King's Chapel Cemetery. 

Children (all died young) : 

i. Elizabeth*, b. in 1763. 

ii. Giles Tidmarsh, b. in 1765. 

iiL Joshua, b. in 1766. 

iy. Joseph, b. in 1767. 

62. Israel^ Lorinq {CdkVy John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at 
Hull August 30, 1741; married at Boston December 16, 
1765, Mary Homer, who was born October 20, 1720, 
died at Newton January 20, 1835. 

He was a housewright; lived at Boston; had charge 
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Loring's Wharf at the head of Long Wharf. « Was a lieu* 
tenant in the Ancient and Honorable Artillery; served 
in the War of the Revolution under Gapt. William Reed in 
Colonel Thomas' regiment in 1775 (J. S. L.). Was 
second lieutenant in Captain Webb's company of Colonel 
Bromfield's r^^ent November 25, 1775; first lieutenant 
in 1777, captain in 1780. Was a member of Boston 
Marine Society, January 6, 1801. 

He died on his farm at Dover, near the Eliot church, 
December 4, 1820. 

Children: 

i. I8rad^ b. Oct. 12, 1766; d. early. 

119. ii. Joshua, b. Oct. 12, 1768. 

iii. John Foster, b. Nov. 11, 1770; apothecary; first treasurer 
of the Boston and Providenoe R Jt. aiid director of 
Taunton branch and of Lowell and Boston R.R. Did not 
marry; d. at Newton Apr. 24, 1857. 

120. iv. Israel, b. in 1774. 

V. Joseph, b. May 25, 1777; d. unm. 

vi. Mary, b. Nov. 22, 1779; d. unm., Aug. 30, 1876. 

vii. Hannah W., b. Feb. 16, 1783; d. in 1806. 

viii. William Joy, b. Sept. 18, 1785; became a merchant; d. 

at McLeaji Asylum, unm., Aug. 15, 1868. 
ix. Caleb, d. early. 

63. Joseph^ Lobino {CakV^ John\ Thomas^), bom at 
Hull July 21, 1743; married (intention at Boston August 
21, 1766) Mary Atkins, who survived him and died in 
1831. 

He was a goldsmith, an apprentice to Benjamin Lor- 
ing. Resided at Boston. Was a jurjrman in trial of a 
prize ship in 1776. M^iber of the Ancient and Honor- 
able Artillery in 1768, and captain of a company of 
militia. 

He died in 1815. 

Children: 

122. i. JoBepV, b. Oct. 5, 1767. 

ii. Joahua, b. Jan. 13, 1769; m. Miaa Meacham; settled at 

Boothbay, Me.; left no child. 
iiL Mary, b. in 1770; d. in 1833. 
iv. Henry, b. in 1773; d. June 21, 1793. 



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64. Benjamin^ Lorino (Benjamin^, Benjamin^^ 
Thomas^), bom at Hull April 2, 1704; married July 24, 
1729, Elizabeth, daughter of John and Lydia Gould. 

He resided at Hull; was on the Grand Jury in 1744; 
removed to Boston. 

Was a goldsmith. He died in 1768. His son Benja- 
min Loring, of Boston, administered on his estate April 
29, 1768. 

Children: 

123. L BelljaInin^ b. July 16, 1731. 

iL Deborah, b. in 1732; d. Jan. 19, 1734-5. 

66. Dayid^ Lorinq {Benjamin^ Benjamin^ Thamaa^)^ 
born at Hull August 6, 1714; married December 20, 1733, 
Hannah, daughter of Joseph and Abigul Viokery, bom 
UBXth 3, 1713. 

He lived at Hull; was on the Grand Jury in 1762; was 
a member of Captain Stower's ** Independent Ck>mpany,'' 
March 1, 1777, "stationed at HuU.'' 

His will dated April 6, 1781, ''aged and infirm of body," 
was proved June 12, 1781 ; gave to sons Jonathan, Joseph 
and Benjamin, daughters Mary White, Hannah Beads, 
Anna Sargait and Jane Gushing; to ''my five grand- 
children Elizabeth, David, Sarah, Mary and Hannah 
Loring ''; residue to wife Hannah. 

Children: 

i. Mary*, b. Sept. 23, 1735; m. (1) Wm. TidmarBh, who d. at 
sea in 1759; m. (2) Wm. or Robert White. 

ii. Hannah, b. Nov. 18, 1737; m. (1) Edward Burbank; m. 
(2) Eben. Beals. 

iii. Anna, bapt. Mar. 16, 1740; m. May 4, 1766, Joseph Sargent, 
of Boston; she d. in 1705. 

124. iv. David, b. Aug^ 19, 1742. 
126. V. Jonathan, b. Nov. 18, 1744. 

vL Jane, b. May 7, 1747; m. in 1810 Benjamin Gushing; he d. 

in 1810; she d. in 1829. 
viL Thomas, b. Aug. 25, 1749; m. in 1774 Mary Walker; d. s.p. 

126. viii. Joseph, b. Feb. 17, 1752. 

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66. James^ Loring (John^f Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ bom 
at Hull January 18, 1711-12; married first, January 19, 
1746-7, Martha, daughter of Joseph and Bathsheba Mil- 
ton, born October 6, 1726, died September 24, 1760. 
He married second (intention in Hull February 22, 1767), 
Mary, daughter of Capt. Joseph and Mary Spear, 
widow of Capt. John Bray; she was bom June 1, 1738, 
died November 7, 1799, ''aged 61." He was lieutenant 
of Hull military company in 1761; was moderator of 
town meetings and filled the leading oflSces repeatedly. 

He was a farmer in Hull. Deacon of the church and 
a strenuous opponent of the teaching of what he regarded 
as wrong doctrines, that led, as he believed, to wrong living. 
His opposition to one of the ministers of the church led 
to his being suspended from membership for two years, 
but he modified his expressions of criticism and was re- 
stored to fellowship. In the absence of the minister he 
was often accustomed to ofiSciate at funerals and expound 
at public worship; his religious life was very earnest. 
So great was his admiration for the first chapter of the 
Gospel of John that he would often repeat the whole 
from memory. He was ardently devoted to the or- 
thodox faith, and followed it consistently. A neighbor, 
Capt. Danid Souther, formerly of the Royal INavy, 
who died on the estate adjoining that of Deacon Loring, 
frequently remarked that no man ever so forcibly con- 
vinced him of the reality of religion as his neighbor Loring. 

When the British fleet rallied in Nantasket Roads in 
1775 he removed to the Matthew Hawk mansion at Hing- 
ham. There he died July 20, 1775. 

Children: 

i. John*, b. Nov. 6, 1747; d. Feb. 6, 1747-«. 

ii. Martha, b. Jan. 20, 174S-9; m. EUsha Gould. 

iii. John, b. Sept. 23, 1751; m. Dec. 27, 1801, Mehitabd Gould; 

d., 8.p., Jan. 18, 1828. He became blind several years 

before his death, 
iv. James, d. Jan. 16, 1757. 
V. Elisabeth, b. Jan. 6, 1756; d. Jan. 16, 1757. 
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viL Maiy, b. Apr. 7, 1773; m. in 1706 EbentMr Paine; d. June 

10, 1823. 
viiL Joseph, d. early. 

67. Sabhtel^ Lorino (SamueP, Benjamin^ Thomas^), 
bom at Hull February 3, 1720-1; married November 
16, 1749, Jean (Jane), daughter of Joseph and Mary 
Gould, bom Febmary 20, 1722-3, died October 18, 1795. 
They signed the church covenant December 3, 1758. 

He lived at Hull; was on the Grand Jiuy in 1758; 
ensign of the Hull company in 1761; served in the Hull 
''Independent Company" March 1, 1777; ''age 56 
years." He receipted May 16, 1767, for twelve shillings 
the town paid him for ringing the meetinghouse bell for a 
year. 

He died September 19, 1813, aged ninety-two years. , 

Children: 

i. Lucy*, b. Sept. 26, d. Dec. 3, 1760. 

129. ii. Samud, b. Nov. 9, 1753. 

iii. Jane, b. Oct. 12, 1755; m. Benjamin Binney. 

130. iv. Jonathan, b. Feb. 12, 1759. 

y. Deborah, b. Dec. 1, 1760; d. unm. * 
vi. Mary, m. (int. Jan. 14, 1782-3), Gideon Tirrdl, of Weymouth, 
vii. Saraii, b. Nov. 13, 1762; m. Capt. David Spear, 
viii. Elisabeth, b. May 1, 1765; m. Oliver Newcomb, of Braintree. 
130a.ix. Matthew, b. Dec. 9 (1761). 

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61. Thomas^ Lobinq {Thoma^j Thcmat^, Thomas^, 
Thamaa^)^ bom at Duxbury April 12, 1725; married Octo- 
ber 1, 1750, Zilpah, daughter of Ceipt. Robert and Sarah 
(Stetson) Bradford, of Kingston, bom April 6, 1728, 
died February 16, 1796. 

He removed to Plympton ; " bought a farm by the lower- 
most millseat on the Winnatuxet River" and was part 
owner of the grist mill there. 

He and his wife were of the church of Plympton and 
much respected. He served in the Canadian expedition 
in 1759, in Gapt. John Wadsworth's company. 

He died in 1801. 

Children: 

150. i. Joehua*, b. Nov. 19, 1751. 

151. u. Mdsar, b. June 19, 1755. 

152. iii. Simeon, b. Dec. 26, 1702. 

62. Perez* Lorino (Thoma8\ Thoma^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^)^ born at Duxbiuy August 26, 1729; married 
February 23, 1758, Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Tabi- 
tha (Tobey) Freeman, of Sandwich, who died August 23, 
1806, aged seventy-five years, five months. 

He resided at Duxbury. He was a deacon of the church, 
a member of the Committee of Correspondence and Safety 
in 1775 and in 1781 ; also on the committee for the raising 
of troops. 

He died October 23, 1827, in his ninety-ninth year. 

Children: 

i. Mary\ b. Dec. 26, 1758; m. Dec. 11, 1781, Capt. Zephaniah 
Fuller, of KingiBton. 

153. ii. Braddock, b. Aug. 21, 1760. 

154. iii. Freeman, b. July 25, 1762. 

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IT. Deborah, b. Oot. 22, 1764; d. umn. Apr. 20, 1836. 

▼. Bank, b. Apr. 4, 1766; d. umn. Jan. 1, 1792. 

vi. Belinda, b. Mar. 10, 1768; m. Calvin Lincoln, Sen. in 1794. 
A son. Rev. Calvin Lincoln, Jr., b. Oct. 27, 1799, was min- 
ister at Fitchborg. 

vii. Sarah, b. Mar. 4, 1770; m. Feb., 1793, Reuben Drew. 

viiL F^res, b. Mar. 10, 1772; d. unm. at Martinique, Mar. 29, 
1794. 

156. iz. Levi, b. Feb. 13, 1775. 

64. William* Lorinq (Nathaniel^ Thanuu^^ Thomas^ 
Thoma^)^ bom at Duxbury Octobcar 11, 1741; married 
January 8, 1767, Alethea, daughter of Capt. Samuel and 
Sarah (Sprague) Alden (of the fourth generation from the 
Mayflower); she was bom August 23, 1743, and died 
March 31, 1820. 

He may have been the William Loring who served in 
the Scituate company April 19, 1775, and enlisted May 
10 and served till October 7, 1776. He certainly was a 
private in Lieut. Joshua Alden^s company of Colonel 
Mitchell's regiment, that served on the alarm at Bristol 
December 8, 1776. 

He resided at Duxbury; paid an excise tax on a carriage 
in 1798. Kept the Indian Head tavern, near the Pem- 
broke line. 

He died October 18, 1815. 

Children: 

157. i. WiUiam*, b. May 9, 1768. 

158. ii. George, b. Feb. 2, 1770. 

iii. lehabody b. Apr. 14, 1772; d. in the West Indies. 

159. iy. Joshua, b. Dec. 5, 1774. 
leo. V. Samuel, b. Nov. 3, 1775. 
161. vi. Alden, b. Nov. 15, 1780. 

vii. Sophia Bradford, bapt. at Pembroke June 27, 1784; m. 

Eliaha Tilden; ahe d., 8.p., Jan. 15, 1874. 
viii. Clarissa, b. in 1785; m. Dec. 22, 1825, Abner Stetson; d. 

in 1839. 
102. ix. Bafley, b. Dec. 10, 1786. 

66. Nathaniel^ Ix>BiNQ (iV^o^nie^, r/umux^', rAomaa*, 
Thomas^), bom at Duxbury January 20, 1743-4; married 



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September 1, 1771, Sarah Baker; she died May 31, 
1821, aged seventy-six. 

lived at Pembroke; was a justice of the peace; a 
coroner on occasions. He paid excise duty on a carriage 
in 1798. He was one of the company who marched on the 
Lexington alarm, April 19, 1775; was Ueutenant of a com- 
pany in Col. John Cushing's regiment, which marched 
on an alarm to Rhode Island in May, 1776, and in Colonel 
Webb's regiment, raised to reinforce the Continental 
army for three months in 1781. 

He died December 12, 1819. 

Children: 

i. Deborah*, m. Gideon Barstow, of Rochester. 

163. ii. Nathaniel, bapt. May 29, 1774. 

iii. Sarah Baker, bapt. Oct. 13, 1776; m. (1) Oct. 24, 1795, 
Charles Little, who d. Oct. 11, 1820. She m. (2) May 5, 
1824, Dea. Gideon T. White. 

164. IT. Daniel B. 

▼. Amelia, bapt. May 11, 1783; m. Sept. 14, 1808, Joeeph 

MeiggB, of Rochester, 
vi. Seneca, bapt. Nov. 13, 1785; d. unm. May 25, 1847. 

66. Samttbl* Loring (Benjamin\ Thoma^, Thamas^j 
Thomas^), bom May 1, 1747; married December 25, 1777, 
Prudence Chapman; she died March 6, 1829, aged 
seventy-six. 

He resided at Duxbury; in 1812 was chairman of a 
committee to memorialize for peace. Was s^geant in 
Captain Bradford's company. Colonel Cotton's regiment, 
in 1775, also " in the New Jersey campaign." Was select- 
man, representative and in other public positions of 
prominence. One of the assessors for levying a land tax 
in 1783 for payment of the burdens of the war. Was 
captain of the Duxbury militia company. 

He died October 22, 1816. 

Children: 

i. Anna*, b. in 1778, d. in 1779. 

ii. Haxmah, b. May 16, 1780; m. Dec. 12, 1800, Nathaniel 
Wioflor. She was grandmother of Justin Winsor and 
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iii. Benjamin, b. Jan. 9, 1784; d. July 2, 1788. 

iv. Prudenoe, b. Aug. 11, 1789; m. June 24, 1810, Capt. Richard 

Soule. 
y. Lucy, b. Sept. 8, 1790; m. Nov. 4, 1824, Capt. Richard 

Soule (his second wife). 
165. vi. Samuel, b. July 17, 1798. 



67. Daniel^ Lobing {Bevjamin^^ ThoTnas^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^) f bom at Duxbury January 8, 1761; married 
(intention August 8, 1778) Mary Thayer of Braintree. 
She died in 1834. 

. He resided at Braintree; was chosen a surveyor of 
lumber March 10, 1783, and in subsequent years to 1792, 
as shown in the printed town records to that date. 

''He was in Captain Gardiner's company under Colonel 
Brooks at Greenwich, Conn., in 1776; in Captain New- 
comb's company. Col. Theo. Cotton's regiment, on the 
march to Rhode Island in 1775; was in the battle of York- 
town when Comwallis surrendered to Washington. Was 
a pensioner." (J. S. L.) This broad statement may not 
be altogether correct, but the following all^ations 
made by the man himself cannot be questioned; they are 
contained in his application for a pension April 3, 1816: 
''I Daniel Loring, a citizen of the United States, now 
resident at Braintree," etc., '' do on oath declare that I 
served the United States • • . entered the land service 
on the Continental establishment and served as a common 
soldier against the common enemy from the first of May, 
1775, to the middle of February, 1777, being one year 
and nine months. That I belonged to a company com- 
manded by Samuel Bradford in a regiment commanded 
by CoL John Bailey, Massachusetts line, and that I 
left the service after my term of enlistment was out, 
having served and drawn the pay of a sergeant for six 
week in said company, being the term which I served 
by special desire, after my time of regular service was 
expired." Sworn to July 19, 1820, by Daniel Loring, 
aged sixty-nine years. 

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Children: 

166. i. James*, b. June 18, 1780. 

ii. Mary, b. Dec. 24, 1783; d. unm. JaxL 3, 1869. 

167. iii. Judah, b. Aug. 8, 1785. 

168. iv. Nathaniel W. 

168a.v. Barnabas Thayer, b. in 1790; m. Elisabeth Jane Head; 
d. in 1830, leaving his property to his wife; had no chil- 
dren. The widow d. Mar. 9, 1866. 

vi. Martha, d. unm. 

vii. Esther Wales, b. in 1792; d. unm., Aug. 23, 1870. 



69. Solomon* Loring {Solaman\ Davids, Thoma$\ 
Thomas^) J born at Hingham November 18, 1728; mar- 
ried December 27, 1752, Hamiab, daughter of Jonathan 
and Hamiah (Tower) Dimbar, born November 30, 1729. 

He was a farmer in Hingham; elected constable in 
1754. His place was at ''Liberty Plain.'' He served 
in the Coast Guard in 1776. 

He died March 31, 1798. 

Children: 

i. Hannah^ b. Nov. 6, 1753; m. in Dee., 1773, Stephen Damon, 

of Sdtuate. 
ii. Deborah, b. May 25, 1755; m. May 9, 1773, Nathaniel 

Damon, of Sdtoate. 
109. iii. David, b. June 14, 1758. 
170. iv. Peter, b. Mar. 25, 1760. 

V. Nabby or MoUy, b. Sept. 10, 1761; m. Aug. 4, 1782, Mdar 

Dunbar, 
vi. Luoy, b. Sept. 10, 1764; m. Apr. 8, 1793, Elijah Groee, of 

Seituate. 
170a.vii. Solomon, b. Dec. 28, 1765. 

viii. Persis, b. in 1768; m. Mar. 17, 1791, Seth Curtis, of Hanover, 
ix. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 3, 1771; m. Oct. 9, 1806, Nabby Dunbar, 

who d. May 13, 1840. He and his brother Peter owned 

a tract of land in partnership, and divided it, by a joint 

deed, Apr. 18, 1798. He d., s.p., June 18, 1837. 
X. Otis, d. 0.20 years. 



70. Jabsz* Loring (Solomon*, DavuP, Thonuu^, 
Thomas^), bom at Hingham, baptised September 16, 
1733; married November 26, ITSiS, Ruth, daughter of 



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Barnabas and Rnth (Whiton) Ck>ok, baptized January 
16, 1731-2, died April 17, 1824, aged ninety-two years. 

Pe was a farmer in his native town; was a housewright. 
He served the town as constable in 1765. Resided at 
Hingham Centre. He did one day's service in guarding 
the shore, in March, 1776. 

He died before October 28, 1783, when his son Jona- 
than was appointed administrator of his estate. 

Children: 

171. i. Jonathan*, b. Oct. 11, 1768. 

ii. Lydia, b. Feb. 6, 1760; d. unm. Feb. 20, 1820. 

172. iii. Jerome, b. July 13, 1764. 

173. iv. Laban; b. Sept. 1, 1766. 
▼. Martin. 

7L Job* Lorino (Sofcwion*, DavitP, Thamaa^, Thomas^)^ 
bom at Hingham Fcdbmary 12, 1739-40; married April 19, 
1764, Judith, daughter of Samuel and Mary (Wing) 
Whiton, baptized Septemb^ 2, 1744, died November 25, 
1815. 

He was a tanner and currier; resided on the paternal 
homestead at the corner of Main and Gushing Streets. 
Was cdnstable in 1769. He served in shore-guarding a 
few days at a time in 1776. 

He died February 11, 1825. 

Children: 

i. Judith*, b. Nov. 3, 1764; m. Jan. 28, 1785, Robert Cuahrng. 
ii. Elisabeth, b. Sept. 15, 17W; m. Nov. 9, 1786, Capt. Lea^itt 

Lane. 
iiL Submit, b. Nov. 5, 1768; m. (1) Dec. 13, 1805, Israel Lsp- 

ham, of Scituate; m. (2) Dea. John Jacob; she d. Aug. 

19, 1844. 

174. iv. Job, b. Dec. 2, 1770. 

V. Charity, b. Sc^t. 10, 1772; m. May 20, 1798, EUjah Whiton, 
Jr. 

175. vi. EUphalet, b. July 3, 1774. 

vii. Thankful, b. June 9, 1777; m. Dec. 10, 1807, Gad Bailey, 

of Hanover, 
viii. Sarah, b. July 26, 1780; d. unm. 
iz. Lydia, b. Feb. 2, 1783; m. Dec. 9, 1810, Joseph Wilder, Jr. 



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72. Abnbb^ Loring {Solaman\ Daind^^ Thomcu^y 
Thomaa^), born at Hingham November 9, 1742; married 
November 21, 1771, Elizabeth, daughter of Daniel and 
Elizabeth (Lincoln) Gushing, bom February 8, 1744-5; 
she survived Mr. Loring and married second, in 1790, 
Thomas Jones, of Hull. 

He was one of those who responded to the Lexington 
alarm, April 19, 1775, and to other special calls. 

He was a tailor by trade; became partner in the firm of 
Loring and Thaxter, ''traders'' or merchants, at the cor- 
ner of North and Main Streets, Hingham. He died 
October 6, 1789. 

Children: 

i. Elizabeth', b. Oct. 1, d. Dec. 19, 1772. 

ii. Elisabeth, b. July 19, 1774; m. Dec. 25, 1797, Thomas 

Jones, Jr. 
iu. Sarah, b. Jan. 21, 1776; m. in 1789 Solomon Jonea. 
Children: 

1. Jane Bumey Jones, b. Dec. 19, 1793; m. May 12, 1826^ 

Dr. Timothy Gordon. 

2. SaUy Jones, b. June 1, 1797; d . Mar. 10, 1811. 

3. Abner Loring Jones, b. and d. Jan. 23, 1802. 

4. Elizabeth Lormg Jones, b. June 22, 1806; m. May 5, 

1829, Jaoob Hersey Loud, 
iv. PoUy, b. Dec. 28, 1786; m. Jan. 1, 1806, Ezra Leavitt. 

73. David* Loring {David^, DavuP, Thomca^y T/kwikw*), 
bom at Hingham April 5, 1730; married Phillippe Dexter, 
of Yarmouth. ' ' Traced no further," 

David Loring, of Hingham, was a private in Capt. 
Enoch Whiton's oompany, Col. Benj. Lincoln's regi- 
ment; served three days on the alarm of April 19, 1775: 
also in Capt. Jotham Loring's company, Greaton's regi- 
ment; enlisted April 27, 1775, service three months, 
twelve days; also Capt. Charles Cushing's company, 36th 
regiment, return dated Fort No. 2, October 5, 1775; 
order for bounty coat or equivalent money, dated Cam- 
bridge, December 18, 1775; also enlisted March 1, 1776, 
in Capt. James Lincoln's independent company, stationed 
at TTinghATn until May 22, 1776, for defense of seacoast; 



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also private, Captain French's company, Colonel Tit* 
comb's regiment, May 15 to July 15, 1777, at Rhode 
Island; also private in Whiton's company, Symm's 
regiment, March 9 to Jime 9, 1778, service at Boston. 
(See No. 169.) 

74. Otis* Losing {DaviiP, DcuriiPf Thomas?^ Thomas^) ^ 
bom at Barnstable June 14, 1732; married first, February 
20, 1756, Sarah Lewis, of Barnstable; bom July 31, 1737, 
died June 22, 1762. He married second, December 5, 
1765, Sarah Hinckley, born April 19, 1744, a descendant 
of Governor Hinckley; she died June 23, 1785, 

He lived at Barnstable; was deputy sheriff in 1770. 
Had license May 1, 1780, ''to keep a tavern in the house 
where he now lives," giving the usual bond ''to keep 
good order and rule in his said house." 

He died April 3, 1799. 

Children: 

176. L David«, b. May 1, 1756. 

ii. George, b. Mar. 2S, 1758; had a checkered career as pri- 

vateersman and otherwise, 
iii. Sarah, b. May 29, 1762; m. SUas Blish. 

177. iv. EUphalet, b. Mar. 13, 1767; d. in 1798. 

V. Otifl, b. Feb. 18, 1769; m. in 1787 widow Mary Rusaell; d. 

Dec. 8 1793. 
vi. Mehitkbel, b. June 27, 1771 ; d. July 6, 1791. 
vii. Desire, b. in June, 1773; m. Job C. Davis, 
viii. Polly*, b. in Feb., 1776; m. July 20, 1785, Th<»na8 Josselyn. 

178. ix. Edward, b. Apr. 8, 1778. 

76. Eliphalet* Loring {David^ Davids, Thomas*, 
Thomas^), born at Barnstable September 4, 1740; married 
first, November 14, 1764, Abigail Oilman. He married 
second (intention in 1767) Elizabeth Taylor. 

He died in 1768. 

Child: 
178a. Eliphalet* (Elpalet), b. Sept. 15, 1765. 

76. JosHTJA* Loring (Datdd*, Davids, Thomas*, 
Thomas^), bom at Barnstable October 17, 1741; married 
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in September^ 1768, Innocent, daughter of Seth and 
Abigail (Church) Pope, born December 8, 1749, died 
January 9, 1816. 

He was a soldier in the Canadian expedition in 1758-9. 
Removed to New York. 

Joshua Loring of Dartmouth was sergeant in Capt. 
Daniel Egery's company of Minute Men, who marohed 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775; enlisted May 4 and 
served till October 6, 1775; order for bounty coat Decem- 
ber 24, 1775. Joshua Loring (perhaps the same) served 
in Col. John Hathaway's regiment in August, 1780, in 
Rhode Island, on an alarm. 

Children: 

L Eliphalet*, b. June 17, 1769; d. at Charleston, 8. C, in 

Oct., 1793. 
iL Betsey, b. Aug. 17, 1770; m. Eliaha BloescHn; d. in 1822. 
iii. Desire, b. Sept. 24, 1772. 
iv. Alice (Elaa), b. Nov. 30, 1774; m. (1) Charies Maifield; m. 

(2) KeUey Eldridge. 
V. Joshua, b. Nov. 4, d. Oct 18, 1776. 
vi. Nathaniel, b. May 24, 1778; d. in 1780. 
vii. Abigail, b. Nov. 11, 1779; d. in 1785. 
viii. Sarah, b. June 11, 1783; d. in 1784. 

179. is. David, b. Nov. 8, 1784. 

t7. Abneb^ Lobing {David^, DamP, Thcmat?^ Thomas^), 
bom at Barnstable April 5, 1743; married March 25, 
1767, Thankful Annable. 

He lived at Barnstable. Was a soldier in Captain 
Hamilton's company, that marched on the Lexington 
alarm, and in Captain Lewis' company, Colonel Free* 
man's regiment, on the alarm at New Bedford and Fal- 
mouth in 1778. 

He died in 1805. 

Children: 

i. Anna^ b. in June, 1768; d. in 1821. 

ii. Abigail, b. about 1770; d. in infancy, 

iii. Abigafl, b. in i773 ; d. in 1841 . 

180. iv. £lijah, b. in 1775. 



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▼. Thankful, b. in 1777; d in 1811. 
vi. Deborah, b. in 1780; m. John Eldridge, of Fahnouth. 
vii. Abner, b. in 1782; grad. Harv. CoH. in 1807; d. at Dorcheater 
July 18, 1814. 
182. viii. Joshua, b. in 1784. 



78. Eluah^ Lobing (Dawrf*, DavuP, Thoma^, Thomas^), 
bom at Barnstable August 20, 1744; married first, Octo- 
ber 17, 1769, Hannah Todd, of Hii^;hain, who died 
February 13, 1777. He mairied second, October 12, 
1777, Lydia, daughter of Ambrose and Lydia (Vickery) 
Lowe, bom October 7, 1748, died December 28, 1835. 

He resided at Hingham, on North Street near the Broad 
Bridge. 

He died August 7, 1782. 

Children: 

i. Hannah*, b. Jan. 16, 1777; m. Mr. Hinckley, *of Barnstable, 
ii. Lydia, b. Mar. 15, 1779; m. Nov. 13, 1799, Eliaha B. Cobb. 
Child: 

I^rdia Low Cobb, b. Nov. 15, 1802; m. (1) Allen P. Hd- 
brook; m. (2) Ebeneier Woodbury, 
iii Deborah, b. Feb. 14, 1781; m. Jan. 10, 1805, P^rei Lincoln* 



79. Ignatius' Lorino {Jgnatms^, CdleVy ThomatFj 
Thomasf)^ bom at Plympton August 14, 1729; married 
August 22, 1750, Bathsheba, daughter of Capt. Jonathan 
Bass, of Bridgewater; she died September 21, 1807, 
aged seventy-four. 

He was ensign of the local militia, who marched on the 
Lexington alarm; ''enlisted into the army''; served 
through 1775, and on special service in 1776. Captain 
of a company raised to reinforce the Continental army 
under General Washington; service, two months, twenty 
days, including twelve days (two hundred and forty miles) 
travel home; July 30 to October 8, 1781. 

He was the first justice of the peace in Plympton ap- 
pointed after the opening of the Revolution. 

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Children: 

i. Sa^ah^ b. July 21, 1751; m. Nov. 19, 1772, Sylvanus Bart- 

lett. 
ii. Eunice, b. June 11, 1753; m. Dee. 26, 1776, Capt. John 

Bradford. 
183. iii. Ignatius, b. Dec. 26, 1755. 

iv. Isaac, b. in 1757; a Bevolutionary soldier; served in Bliode 

Island in 1776. He d. within a few years. 
V. Jonathan, b. Dec. 3, 1759; d. young. 

185. vi. Jacob, b. Feb. 14, 1762. 
vii. MoUy, b. Mar. 19, 1764. 

viii. Jane, b. May 12, 1766; m. Moses laglee. 

186. ix. Levi, b. May 16, 1768. 

187. X. Calvin, b. Oct. 20, 1771. 

xi. Polycarpus, b. Feb., 1772; d. young, 
xii. Bathsheba, b. July 6, 1773; m. William Cushman, of Hart- 
ford. Me. 

188. xiiL' Polycarpus, b. June 8, 1780. 

189. xiv. Isaac (twin), b. June 8, 1780. 

81. Jamss^ Loring (Jahn\ CaleV^ Thamaa^ Thomas^), 
bom at Plympton May 1, 1739; married January 31, 
1770, Jane, daughter of Isaac Kingnian, of East Bridge- 
water. 

He was a sergeant in his father's company in the 
French and Indian War; was a sentinel in Captain Carey's 
company in 1758; was discharged from service in Decem- 
ber, 1760. Was also a Revolutionary soldier, marching 
on the alarm of April 19, 1775; enlisted May 1 and served 
to August 1, 1775. 

He lived at Abington. 

Children: 

190. i. John«,b.inl772. 

101. ii. Laban, b. in 1776. 

102. iii. James, b. in 1777. 

82. Natitamibl Thomab^ Lorino {John\ CakVj 
Thoma^y Thomas^), born at Bridgewater in 1749; mar* 
ried August 8, 1776, Sarah Watson; she died at Blandford 
February 20, 1825, aged sixty-eight. 

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Mason's company, which marched on the alann of April 
19, 1775; also corporal in Captain White's company, 
Colonel Denny's regiment, which marched to Dudley 
on an alarm at the northwest; he enlisted August 21, 1777; 
served five days. Also enUsted September 27, 1777, in' 
Captain Prouty's company, same raiment, marched 
to reinforce the Northern army under General Gates; 
discharged October 18, 1777. 

He was on the town Committee of Safety in 1781. 
Was very active in putting down "Shay's Rebellion," 
so called, in 1787. Was a Ueutenant in the State militia. 

He died September 28, 1817. His will provided for 
his children and for the children of his deceased son 
Thomas and daiJ^ter Sarah. 

Children: 

L Eluabeih* (Betsey), b. May 23, 1777; m. in 1801 Ichabod 
Crittenden. 
/Thomas, b. Apr. 5, 1779. 
Daniel, b. June 24, 1780. 

Mary (Polly), b. Apr. 23, 1783; m. in 1807 Oliver Wateon. 
Sarah, b. June 15, 1784; m. in 1810 William livermore; she 

d. in 1816. 
Joseph, b. Oct 10, 1785. 

Hannah, b. Nov. 17, 1787; m. June 16, 1813, Charles. 
Sprague; she d. June 23, 1S41. 
viii. Lydia, b. Dec. 7, 1780; d. unm., Apr. 15, 1811. 
ix. Margaret (called Dolly), b. Dec. 30, 1792; m. Dec. 8, 1816, 

Isaac Jenks; she d. Oct. 2, 1869. 
z. Theodore, b. Sept. 6, 1793; d. July U, 1801. 
196. XL John, b. Dec. 10, 1795. 

82a. Daniel* Loring (John\ CaleV, Thomas^ 
Thomas^), born at Bridgewater in 1754; married (inten- 
tion November 4, 1784) Elizabeth, daughter of William 
and Rebecca (Loring) Pooke, granddaughter of No. 17, 
Caleb. In her old age she resided at Newton; she died 
December 22, 1861, "aged 95 years, 1 month." 

He made his home in Kingston. Served in Captain 
Wadsworth's company in 1775. A petition was signed 
by the selectmen of Kingston, August 15« 1781, asking 



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that Capt. Daniel- Loring of that town be commifisioned 
as commander of ^' a boat of the kind commonly known as 
Shaving Millsi to cruise against the enemies of the United 
States''; and the petition was granted. He was after<- 
ward ci4>tain of a merchantman owned by Hon. Stephen 
Higginson, which was wrecked on Cohasset Rocks in 
1801. 
He died November 2, 1801. 

Children: 

L Harriet^ b. in 1785; d. Sept. 17, 1826. 

ii. Daniel, b. in 1788. 

iii. Elisabeth, b. in 1790; m. in 1814, Henry Ghristian. 

iv. Rebecca, b. in 1792; m. in 1813 JudaonG^. 

198. V. Henry, b. in 1794. 

- vi. Judith, b. in 1797; m. John Dalrymple. 

88* EzBKiBL* LoBiNG {Thonuul^t Calet^f Thamcu^, 
Thomas^) f bom at Plympton July 27, 1742; married (pub- 
lished at Abington July 28, 1771) Sarah House. He 
married July 1, 1773, Hannah, daughter of Elisha Stetson, 
of Kingston. She died March 26, 1802. 

He was a sergeant in his father's company of militia, 
which marched to Marshfield on the Lesdngton alarm; 
continued in service; was commissioned second lieutenant 
of Samson's company in Colonel Bradford's r^;iment in 
the Rhode Island campaign in 1776. He lived in the 
mansion which his father had occupied on the road from 
Elngston to Halifax. 

He died March 6, 1825. 

Children: 
i. Thomas*, b. May 11, 1774; m. Apr. 22, 1804, Rebecca 

Richardson; lem. to Tomer, Me.; d. without chfldren, 

in Aug., 1822. 
ii. John, b. Nov. 19, 1776; m. in 1812 Abigail ThomaB, of Plym* 

ottth; lived on the old hdnestead; had no children; he 

d. Mar. 11, 1862. 
iii. Sarah, b. Aug. 10, 1778; m. Dea. John Cook, of Kingston. 

199. iv. Friend, b. Sept. 19, 1780. 

V. Lydia, b. May 17, 1782; m. Sept. 2, 1802, Joaiah Wrig^it, 
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vi. Setii, b. Nov. 8, 1783; d. onm., Nov. 14, 1805. 
vii. Lewis, b. Feb. 17, 1785; d. unm., Mar. 15, 1806. 
200. viii. Eiekiel, b. Nov. 23, 1786. 

ix. CharleB, b. Mar. 18, 1788; rem. to Homer, N. Y.; d. Jan. 20, 

1852. 
z. Sophia, b. Oct. 8, 1789; d. Aug. 29, 1872. 
xi. Clintha, b. Apr. 27, 1792; d. in 1806. 
jdi. Leonioe, b. Feb. 4, 1794; d. unm.. May 17, 1782. 
ziiL Isaac, b. Oct. 20, 1795; d. unm., Mar. 19, 1860. 

83a. William* Loring (rAoimw*, CaleV, Thomas^^ 
Thomas^), bom at Plympton about 1746; married in 
1768 Lucy Rider. 

Resided some time at Bridgewater; removed to Turner, 
Me. 

Children: 

200ai. William*, b. May 9, 1771. 

ii. Jane, b. about 1773; m. Feb. 28, 1796, William Witham. 

84. Joseph^ Loring (Joseph^, Joseph^, John*, Thomas^), 
bom at Leidngton August 21, 1713; married January 1, 
1735, Kezia, daughter of Jonathan Gove, of Weston, who 
died September 16, 1789, aged seventy-five. 

He resided at Lexington. He purchased a farm in that 
part of Lancaster which became the town of Sterling, and 
conveyed it to his son John November 20, 1764. 

He was a member of the Middlesex Coimty Conven- 
tion held in 1774, to consider how British oppression could 
be resisted. 

He was a deacon of the church of Lexington and a 
selectman. At the battle, April 19, 1775, his house was 
one of those wantonly burned by the British. His report 
of his losses is very vivid: 

" An Account of the Real and Personal Estate belonging to Joseph 
Loring of Lexington, destroyed and carried ofif by the British troops 
in their ravages in said town on the 19th of April, 1775. 
A large Mansion House and a barn seventy feet long and a Com 
House, all burnt, £ 350. Household Goods and Furniture vis; 
eight good Feather Beds and bedding, a large quantity of Pewter 
and Brass ware, 3 cases of draws; two Mahogany Tables with the 
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siBtiiig of nine persons, £ 290. All my Husbandry Toob and utensils 
with a Cider Mill Press, with about five tons of Hay, and two Calves 
£ 72. About 200 Rods of Stone Wall thrown down, £ 15, and £ 3 in 
specie. Total £ 720. The above-mentioned buildings were the first 
that were destroyed in the town, near the ground where the Brigade 
commanded by Lord Percy met the detachment retreating under 
Col. Smith. It does not appear that any of the militia were in or 
near these buildingB, neither could they any ways expose or retard 
the British Troops in their operations; therefore the destruction 
must be considered brutal, barbnrous and wanton. Joseph Loring." 
This statement was sent to the provincial Assembly, but no action 
was taken, as was natural under idl the pressure of the hour; but the 
provincial Congress ordered the Committee of Supplies, May 1, 1775, 
to furnish a bsml of pork to Dea. Joseph Loring, his son Joseph and 
two others whose property had been destroyed. 

He died September 13, 1787. 

Children: 

Achild^d.Apr.4,1737. 

A child, d. May 24, 1739. 

Submit, bapt. Jan. 4, d. Jan. 6, 1740. 

John, b. Jan. 28, 1742. 

Lydia, b. Aug. 27y 1745; taught school in 1773; m. (1) 

Sept. 26, 1776^ Capt. William Chambers of Mason, N. 

H. She m. (2) Air. Russell, of Cambridge; d. at the age 

of 100 years. 
Joseph, b. Dec. 27, 1747. 
Jonathan, b. Feb. 7, 1749. 
Sarah, b. Feb. 27, 1755; m. Oct. 21, 1776, Obadiah Johnson, 

of Boxbury. 
ix. Eezia, bi^t. Apr. 27, 1760; m. Whitcomb Powers. Settled 

at Jaffrey, N. H. 
Child: 

Joseph Powers, bapt. Jan. 7, 1781. 

86. Joshua* Lorino {Nehemiah^ Joseph^ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Stratford, CJonn., June 26, 1722; his 
mother ^ied and his father married again before he was six 
years of age, the new mother having two children by a 
former husband and two by Mr. Loring, who himself 
passed away when Joshua was less than nine years old. 
Rev. Samuel Johnson, rector, was appointed the boy's 
guardian, but removed to New York city within a few 
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necticut Probate Court. The widow took full control 
of all real estate and lived till 1775, when she died, be- 
queathing her property to her own four childr^ti and one 
of Mr. Loring's children by his first wife, but making no 
allusion to Joshua or his family. The Stratford town 
records and deeds contain no item respecting Joshua 
beyond his birth and guardianship, leaving us to suppose 
that he removed in childhood or youth to some other place. 

Over against this stands the record of Joshua Loring, 
of Boston, a tailor by trade, who was admitted to the 
Old South Church, January 31, 1741-2, and married, 
July 26, 1744, Elizabeth, daughter of Dea. Thomas and 
Sarah (Story) Dawes, bom February 28, 1722-3, admitted 
to the CNid South Church December 7, 1740; she survived 
Mr. Loring, and died at Marlborough January 18, 1776, 
in her fifty-third year; she was buried there and a stone 
bears the record that she was ''widow of Joshua Loring 
of Boston." 

Not a word has been found regarding any business 
transactions or land conveyances to or from this Joshua 
Loring, tailor. But in the Boetan Gazette of December 
11, 1750, appeared the following notice: 

" These are to desire any trho have any demands on the estate of 
Joshua Loring late of Boston, Taylor, deceased, to bring in their 
Aeoompts to Elis. Loring his widow." 

Elizabeth Loring, widow of Joshua, above, had deed 
of a house and land near Hawkins Street, Boston, from 
her brothers and sisters January 1, 1760, as they divided 
the estate of their late father according to the provisions 
of his will. Her sons and daughter sold this property; 
son Thomas and daughter Sarah sold their shares in 
this after their mother's death to their brother Joshua; 
and he sold it to an outsider October 15, 1787. 

Cbildreii: 
2C»a. i. Joshua*, b. Deo. 23, 1745. 
208b. ii. Thomas, b. June 26, 1747. 
iii. Elisabeth, b. in 1748. 

iv. Sarah, b. in 1760; m. Sept. 26, 1766, Benjamin Walcott 
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86a. Joseph^ Lorino {Nehemiah\ Jo^eph^ John\ 
Thomas^) J born at Stratford, Conn., in March, 1730; mar- 
ried Zeruiah (Shelley?). She survived him and was 
living in 1700, according to the cendUB, with four sons 
and one daughter. 

He served in Capt. Joseph Smith's company of Ck)lonel 
Waterbury's r^;iment. May 9 to October 80, 1775; 
also in Captain Pendleton's company in 1778 and to 
December 1, 1779; also in General Waterbury's brigade 
from April 26, 1781. He resided at S ratford, Conn. 

Children (evidently only a partial list): 

i. Comfort*, bapt. in Dec, 1756. 
ii. Anna, bapt. in July, 1750. 

iii. Deborah, mentioned in her grandmother's wiD as "my 
granddaughter Deborah Loring.'' 

86. Joshua^ Lorino (Josftua^ Joseph*, John\ Thamaa^)^ 
born at Boston August 3, 1716; married in 1740, Mary, 
daughter of Samuel Curtis, of Iloxbury. 

He learned the trade of tanner; when of age went to 
sea. Was master of a privateer in 1744. Bought 
a large estate in Roxbury. Built a fine houw at Jamaica 
Plain, which is still standing at the comer of Centre 
Street and Greenough Avenue. Became a lieutenant in 
naval service in 1745, a captain in 1757, later com- 
modore. Was very efficient in the French and Indian 
War, having charge of the fleet in Lake Champlain and 
Lake George. Later did good service at Quebec. On 
the opening of the Revolutionary War he chose the side 
of the king and served as heartily as he had before. 
He accepted an appointment as one of Governor Gage's 
'' Mandamus Counsellors.'' His estates were necessarily 
confiscated and his whole family went to Halifax, N. S., 
and later to England. He was the only man of impor- 
tance in Roxbury who adhered to the Royahst pajrty. 
He decided after serious consideration and consultation 
with friends, " the whole night through." In the mom- 
log he took his horse, rode to Boston and joined the 
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He died at Hi^bgate, London, in September, 1781. 
His widow died some years later, having passed her 
eightieth birthday, and is said to have regretted that they 
had left their native country. 

Children: 
i. Halmah^ b. Dee. 15, 1742; m. Joshua Window. 

204. ii. Joshua, b. Nov. 1, 1744. 

iii. Joseph Royal, b. Oct. 4, 1750; capt. of a ship that brought 
tea, lamps for Boston, etc., and was wrecked on Cape 
Ckxl in Dee., 1773. The lamps reached their destination 
— the first general lighting of the town. 

iv. Benjamin (twin), b. Oct. 4, 1750; a physician in British 
navy; d. unm. Dea 26, 1787. 

V. Maiy, b. in 1700. 

205. vi. John, b. in 1761. 

viL Thomas (twin), b. in 1761; d. in 1768. 

87. Thomas* Loring {Benjamin^ Thanuu^^ John\ 
Thamaa^)^ bom at Hingham December 25, 1719; married 
June 2, 1743, Betbia, daiigbter of Samuel and Bethia 
(Cbipman) Smitb, of Sandwich, born December 10, 
1724, died October 22, 1795. 

He was a farmer, residing on the paternal homestead, 
comer of East and Leavitt Streets. He died March 
14, 1788. 

Children: 

i. LeahVb. Feb. 26, 1743-4; d. Dec. 29, 1751. 

ii. Zenas, b. Mar. 26, 1745; d. Dec. 28, 1751. 

iiL Joshua, b. Aug. 10, 1746; d. Jan. 9, 1751-2. 

iv. Ddl7,b.Aug.28,1748. 

y. Lu<sy, b. June 17, 1750. 

206. yi. Zenas, b. Nov. 5, 1752. 

yii. Leah, b. Dec. 4, 1754; m. Oct. 31, 1779, Zenas Whiton. 

207. viii. Joshua, b. Mar., 1756. 

208. K. Thomas, b. Oct. 25, 1757. 

X. Molly, b. Oct. 7, 1759; d. unm. Dec. 7, 1836. 

XL Betty, b. Sept. 20, 1761. 

xiL Deborah, b. Feb. 27, 1762; m. May 27, 1789, Levi Burr. 

88. JosiAH* LoRmo {Benjamin^ Thomas^, Jokn\ 
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(intention in Boston May 5, 1757) Mary Russell; she died 
October 3, 1761. 

He was master of a London packet; member of the 
Boston Marine Society. 

ChUd: 

Mary^, b. in 1761; in. Mr. CaUendsr, eotteetor of Wilming- 
ton, N. C. 

90. Joseph* Loring (Benjamin^ Thomc^, John*^ 
Thama8^)y bom at Hingham July 29, 1738; married first, 
October 27, 1763, LycUa Smithy of Sandwich, who died 
March 25, 1769. He married second, April 5, 1770, 
Ruth, daughter of Philip James, of Cohasset, who died 
June 18, 1813, aged seventy-four. 

He was a cooper. Was an officer in Capt. Samuel 
Thaxter's company, Colond Gridley's regiment, in the 
Crown Point expedition in 1756-7. Was a private in 
Colonel Lovell's regiment in the Revolutionary War. 

He died November 4, 1795. 

Children: 

i. Sarah^ b. June 2, 1764; d. in 1814, unm. 

ii. Joseph, b. Apr. 20, 1766; a shipmaster from Salem; d. in 
1797. 

iii. Lydia, b. Feb. 26, 1769; d. in 11 days. 

iv. Hannah (twin), b. Feb. 26, 1769; d. m 11 days. 
209. V. George, b. Nov. 18, 1771. 
209a. yi. Elijah, b. Oct. 16, 1773. 

vii. Benjamin b. Dec. 17, 1775; was a stationer in Boston 
in partnerahip with his twin brother. Josiah; became 
very wealthy; gave Loring Hall to the town; d. unm. 
Dec. 24, 1859. 

viii. Josiah (twin), b. Dec. 17, 1775; d. unm. at Boston Dec. 9, 
1840. Inventor of the finest g^bes. 

ix. Mary, b. in 1778; m. June 28, 1798, Alexander Young, 
pub. N. E. PaUadiufn^ father of the distinguished anti- 
quary. Rev. Alex. Young, D.D. 

X. Lydia, m. in July, 1828, Hon. Lovell Walker of Templeton. 

92. Daniel* Lorino (Benjamin^ Thomas^y John\ 
TJumuu?)^ bom at Hingham, baptised April 10, 1743; mar- 
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93. Isaacs Lorino {WiUtam\ Isaae^, John\ Thamaa^), 
bom at Boston November SO, 1729; married (intention 
December 26, 1751) Elizabeth* Ruasell. She seems to 
have died about 1757, for Isaac recorded his intention of 
marriage with Eunice Newell March 9, 1758, but died 
without reaching the wedding. 

He was a saifanaker in Boston. He died in March, 
1758, and his mother Anne administered on his estate. 
She stood for the baptism of his son WiUiam in April, 
1758. 

Child: 
210. \rl]liam^ b. Sept. 15» 1756. 

94. William* Lorino {WilUain^ Imac^, John\ 
Tlumuu?)^ bom at Boston June 20, 1736; married, or at 
least was published to Ann Norris in 1756, but bis em- 
ployer forbidding the marriage he filed his intention a 
year later and probably married Aim. She seems to 
have died and he was published to Ann Presson Novem- 
ber 29, 1764. There seems reason to believe that he is 
the man whose untimely death is described in the Boston 
News Letter, July 23, 1767. ''Thursday last a number 
of persons going to an island on a party of pleasiu'e, after 
mooring the two mast boat three of them getting in a 
small skiff she overset, whereby WiUiam Loring (tailor) 
of this town was drowned; his body was taken up and 
brought to town the next day, and buried last Saturday. 
He has left a sorrowful widow with two children, and she 
is now pregnant.'' The writer has failed to discover the 
further history of this family. 

96. Nathaniel' LoRma {Isaac^f Danie?^ John^, 
TAomos^), bom at Boston in 1751; married first, Eliza- 
beth, daughter of Elisha Hayden. He married second, 
September 21, 1828, widow Sarah Lloyd. 

He was one of the Spencer Minute Men who marched 
on the Lexington alarm ; also a corporal in Captain White's 
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Hadley in Augusti 1777, on an alann at the northward; 
also in Captain. Prouty's company, Colonel Denny's 
regiment of Worcester, who marched to reinforce the 
Northern army in September, 1777. 

Children: 

i. Sajnh\ b. Apr. 11, 1777; m. Dec. 16, 1798, David Mayberry. 

ii. Nathaniel, b. Oct 29, 1779; d. early. 

211. iii. DftDiel, b. Jan. 19, 1781. 

212. iv. Nathaniel, b. Dec. 31, 1782. 

y. Eliaabeth b. Nov. 29, 1784; in. May 7, 1807, John Briggs, 

of Hopkinton. 
vi. Hannah (twin), b. Nov. 29, 1784; m. Simpson Homer, of 

Hopkinton, Feb. 27, 1812. 
vii. Rhoda, b. Jan. 17, 1787; m. May 22, 1811, EDia Sumner, 

of Milf ord. 
viii. Edie, b. Jan. 12, 1789; d. eitfly. 
ix. Olive, b. Apr. 4, 1792; d. early. 
X. Fanny, b. Feb. 12, 1794. 
xi. Emilia, b. Feb. 8, 1796. 
xii. Susanna, b. in 1797; m. in 1827 Zebadiah Flagg. 
xiii. Harriet Baas, b. in 1800; m. in 1822 Sylvester Phipps. 



96. William* Loring {l9rael\ JaecV^ Jchv?^ Thamaa^,) 

bom at Boston April 11, 1759; married Mary . 

He was a hatter. Removed to New York city. 

Children: 

i. Wi]liam^ a aeaman; d. unm. in Jufy, 180& 

213. ii. Israel. 

iii. Eunice, m. James Thompson, merchant, of New York, 

iv. Mary, m. Capt. Edward Taylor, of New York. 



97. Pbtbr* Lorinq {Zechariah\ Jacdb\ John\ Thomaa^)^ 
bom at Hingham about 1765; married Rachel Wilder. 

She outlived him and died November 3, 1843. 

He removed as a young man to Perry, Me., and was 
a farmer there. 

He died in 1835; July 13, 1835, the widow Rachel peti- 
tioned for the appointment of her son Isaac as adminis* 
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Children: 



214. i. Peter^Jr.,b.July20,1791. 
214a. ii. Isaac, b. Oct. 8, 1793. 
214b. iii. Bda, b. Nov. 12, 1795. 

iv. Rachel, b. May 31, 1798. 

y. Mary, b. July 13, 1800. 

vi. Joseph, b. Nov. 1, 1802. 
214c. vii. Henry, b. May 8, 1805. 

viii.. Jerome, b. Aug. 8, 1807. 
214d. ix. Ezra, b. Apr. 8, 1811. 

X. Eliaabeth, b. Mar. 20, 1814. 
214e. xi. Benjamin, b. June 27, 1823. 



96. Zacchbus' Lorinq (Zechariah\ Jacobs, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at HinghanXy baptised NovembeF 21, 1773; 
married first, Elizabeth (Betsey) Patterson. She died 
June 27, 1823. He married second, Mrs. Elizabeth 
(Clark) Sumner. 

He was a farmer at Perry, Me. 

He died January 15, 1853. 

Children: 

i. Elisa^ b. Jan. 25, 1801 ; m. Otis Boyden. 

ii. Sally, b. Nov. 3, 1802; m. Samuel Jones. 

. 215. iii. John, b. Aug. 2^ 1804. 

iv. Elijah, b. Feb. 28, 1807. 

y. Mary Ann, b. Mar. 30, 1800; m. Warren Vose. 

vi. Hannah, b. Sept. 21, 1811; m. Mr. Brooks. 

vii. Mahala, b. Sept. 19, 1813; m. James Trott. 

210. viii. Josiah, b. Aug. 20, 1816. 

217. ix. Davis, b. Sepl;. 25, 1819. 



99. Isaac* Loring iZechariah\ Jacdb^^ John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Hingham, baptized November 10, 1776; married 
first Susanna Stickney. 

He married second, Betsey S. Chase, who died August 
24, 1874. 

He went in early life to Perry, Me., and was a pros- 
perous farmer. Was a deacon of the Ccmgregational 
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the oldest soUi Isaac W. of Chelsea, Mass., was appointed 
administrator of the estate March 7, 1871. 

Children: 

218. i. l8aaoW^b.May22,1819. 

iL Lydia Elizabeth, b. June 29, 1821. 

iii. Emily, b. Jan. 14, 1824; m. George Tuttle. 

iv. Nancy, b. Jan. 20, 1826; m. William Watennan. 

y. Clariflsa, b. Apr. 1, 1828; m. Bartlett Jones. 

vi. Leonice Bradley, b. June 18, 1830; m. George Knight. 
218a. vu. Jacob B., b. Sept. 5, 1833. 

viiL Jeremiah, b. July 24, 1839; was a sergeant in regiment in 
the War of the Rebellion; was killed at the battle of 
Spottsylvania courthouse, May 19, 1864. 

100. EzBKiBL* loNNQ {John\ J6hn\ John\ Thomas^) , 
bom at Hull March 30, 1731; married December 13, 
1753, Hannah Buxton, of Falmouth, Me. 

He lived in that part of old North Yarmouth, Me., 
which was afterward incorporated as Pownal. He en- 
listed in the Revolutionary army July 3, 1775, served six 
months on the seacoast of Maine. He enlisted in Cap- 
tain Mayberry's company and was allowed mileage to 
his home, one hundred and fifty-five miles, from Dor- 
chester where his regiment was August 29, 1776. Was 
quartermaster's sergeant in Capt. John Gray's company 
in Col. Jonathan Mitchell's regiment in the Penobscot 
expedition in 1779. He later lived on a farm at Pownal. 

Children: 

i. \l^lIliam^ b. in 1765. 

ii. Susannah, m. and settled in New York State. 

iii. Catherine. 

iv. Judith, m. Mr. Randall, of Hebron, Me. 

219. V. David. 

220. vi. Cromwell Lobdell. 



ICXku John* Lorino (John\ John\ Jokn\ Thomas^), 
bom at Hull May 3, 1741; married March 27, 1775, 
Anna Davis, of Barnstable. She died in 1832. 

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Capt. Winthrop Gray's company, Colonel Crafts' regi- 
ment of artillery; order for pay dated at Hull June 27| 
1776; also was a seaman in the brig Hazard^ Capt. Simeon 
Sampson, November 4, 1777, till May 20, 1778; there is 
a memorandum of shoes taken from the prize ship 
Live Oak and given to officers and m«i of the Hazard. 

He afterward settled at North Yarmouth, Me. He 
was a cooper and farmer. 

He died in 1813. 

Children: 

i. Mehitabd*, b. Sept. 11, 1776. 

220a. ii. Eiekiel, b. May 17, 1778. 

iii Jane, b. Apr. 2, 1781; m. Mr. Lakin; res. at Bridgton, Me. 

iv. Elisabeth, b. Nov. 14, 1783; m. Silas MerriU. 

220b. V. Davis, b. Sept. 2, 1786. 

101. Richmond* Lorino {Nichola^^ John^j John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., March 29, 1738; 
married in 1761 Lueretia Bucknam; she died August 27, 
1820. 

He served in the Revolution; receipted with others 
for wages for November and December, 1775. 

He was a tavern keeper in North Yarmouth; became 
a large landovnaer and shipowner. He and his wife 
were members of the church. 

He died March 10, 1814. 

Childr^i (besides several who died in infancy) : 

221. i. Samuel*, b. Sept. 26, 1794. 

222. ii. Richmond, b. Jan. 24, 1767. 

iii. EUsabetb B., b. Jan. 16, 1769; m. John Cutter. Of their 
twelve children we note the ieldest, Samuel B. Cutter, 
whose daughter Sarah A. Cutter was the wife of Rev. 
George F. Tewksbury, and mother of Rev. George A. 
Tewksbury, eminent Congregational ministers. 

223. iv. William, b. in 1774. 

V. Lueretia, b. in 1776; d. early. 

224. vi. Reuben, b. in 1779. 

vii. Charles, b. in 1786; surgeon in U. S. army in 1813, and on 
ship John Adams; m. and had no child; d. at Port Mahon 
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102. Bezaleel' Lorino {Nichoku/^, Jokn\ Jokn\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., April 13, 1739; 
married Elizabeth, daughter of Dea. Jonas Mason, 
formerly of Leidngton; she died October 24, 1810; ''a 
great lover of history." A farmer and house carpenter. 
Sheriff of Cxmiberland county. Me. Lived successively 
at Cousin's Island, at New Gloucester (1776-1807), and 
at North Yarmouth. Two of their children died very 
young; the other ten all lived to be more than fifty years 
of age; all were church members and all had families. 

He died June 29, 1822. 

Children: 
L nlebe^ b. Oct. 20, 1703; m. Joshua Humphrey. 

225. ii. Asa, b. Mar. 3, 1765. 

iiL lAicretia, b. Jan. 20, 1767; d. in 1760. 

226. iv. John Maion, b. Nov. 26, 1768. 

227. v. Beialeel, b. Aug. 28, 1770. 

228. vi. Nicholas, b. Feb. 13, 1773. 

229. vii. Richmond, b. Feb. 1, 1775. 

viii. Eliiabeth, b. Dee. 27, 1776; m. Mar. 14, 1709, Dea. Joseph 
Cobb, of Hebron, Me. 

230. ix. Peres, b. June 20, 1779. 

X. Lucretia, b. July 13, 1781; m. in Nov. 1809, Enoe Storer. 

231. xi. Levi, b. Sept. 29, 1783. 

xii. Mary, b. in 1786, d. in 1788. 

108. Levi' Lorino {Nicholat^y John\ John\ Thomaa^)^ 
bom at North Yarmouth, Me., December 3, 1740; married 
first, March 8, 1769, Joanna, daughter of Benjamin 
Mitchell of Portsmouth, N. H.; she died February 1, 
1798. He married second, Lydia Davis. 

He lived on a farm in North Yarmouth and followed 
the sea sometimes. 

He was first a private, then a lieutenant and then a 
captain in Revolutionary service, in the expedition to the 
Penobscot and at Falmouth 1775 to 1779. (See full par- 
ticulars in ''Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the 
Revolution.") 

Children : 
i. Jeremiah^ b. June 14, 1769; lost at sea, unm. 
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ill. Joanna, b. Jan. 15, 1773; d. in infancy. 

232. iv. CharteB Lee, b. Nov. 4, 1778. 

233. V. Nicholas, b. Jan. 15, 1778. 

vL Dorcas, b. Jan. 14, 1781; m. John Humphrey. 

234. vii. Levi, b. Apr. 28, 1784. 

235. viii. Reuben, b. Dec. 10, 1786. 

iz. Sylvester Richmond, b. Aug. 8, 1788; res. at Portland, Me. 

X. Sewall, b. Sept. 9, 1790; d. in infancy. 

xi. Rhoda, b. July 15, 1800; m. Daniel Baston. 

xii. Lois, b. Aug. 28, 1802; m. Leonard Soule. 

xiii. Maiy Richmond, b. Mar. 8, 1805; d. young. 

104. Thomas'^ Lorino {Nicholas^ John*, John\ 
Thomas^) f bom at North Yarmouth, Me., June 6, 1751; 
married September 29, 1774, Phebe, daughter of Thomas 
Gray- 
Settled at Walnut Hill in North Yarmouth, Me.; was 
a farmer. He and his wife were subjects of ''the great 
revival'' of 1791, and joined the church that year. He 
died August 14, 1828. 

Children: 

237. i. Lot*, b. Nov. 22, 1774. 

iL Sarah, b. Feb. 2, 1778; m. Elbridge Drinkwater. 

iiL Ebeneser Gray, b. May 26, 1780; d. Jan. 8, 1789. 

238. iv. Ichabod Richmond, b. June 15, 1782. 

239. V. David, b. June 17, 1784. 

vi. Phebe Gray, b. June 19, 1786; d. Aug. 29, 1814. 

vii. John, b.May7, 1789; accidentallykilledAug. 1,1809. 

viii. Lucy, b. Nov. 4, 1791 ; m. Andrew Hayes. 

240. ix. Jeremiah, b. May 19, 1794. 

X. Dorcas, b. June 5, 1796; m. Edward Noyes. 

241. xL Jacob Gray, b. Nov. 17, 1800. 

106. Jeremiah^ Lorino {Nicholas^ John\ John*, 
Thcm4uf)y bom at North Yarmouth, Me., April 12, 1758; 
married Jane, daughter of John and Jane (Loring) Hayes; 
she survived him, and married second Dea. William 
Hamilton; she died May 28, 1831. 

Children: 

242. i. Ammi MitcheU*, b. Feb. 13, 1787. 

n. Mary, b. Dec. 13, 1789; m. Dea. J. Blanchard. 

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iv. Jane, b. Nov. 17, 17»3. 
244. V. Jeremiah, b. Oct. 17, 1795. 

vi. Elizabeth, b. Nov. 21, 1799; m. Jacob Bobbins; d. at Guil- 
ford, Me., Apr. 26, 1837. 

yii, Haldah,b.Aug.ll,1801;d.inl816. 
246. viii. John Hayes, b. Aug. 9, 1803. 



106. JoTHAM* LoBiKO (Thonuu^, Jokn\ John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Hingham April 30, 17^; married first, Mary 
Richmondi who died November 14, 1776, aged forty- 
three years. He married second, June 6, 1785, Mrs. 
Luna Wadsworth, widow of Benjamin Wadsworth, who 
died October 22, 1816. Resided at Hingham till about 
1785y when he removed to Duxbury. 

He was a hatter; was a town constable in 1773. Served 
as private under Colonel Lincoln in 1757. Captain of 
a company in Colonel Lincoln's regiment that marched 
on the alarm April 19, 1775; also of a company in Colonel 
Greaton's regiment at Roxbury later in 1776. Was 
promoted to the rank of colonel during the war. Did 
valorous work in defense of Nantasket in 1775. Major 
Loring and Major Vose, with a few men, harvested one 
thousand bushels of barley and brought it home safely; 
they then impressed three fishing boats, removed three 
casks of oil and about fifty pounds of powder from the 
Boston lighthouse and binned that structure; then burned 
a bam and lot of hay on Brewster's Island, and retired 
with but two men woimded, although the British men-of- 
war and tenders were all the time firing at them. Made 
a name for himself at Crown Point in 1777 and at Danbury. 

After 1786 he removed to Duxbury. 

He died September 28, 1820. 

Children: 

i. SazBh*, b. May 8, 1769; m. Nov. 3, 1792, Philip Chandler, 

ii. Jotham, b. Jan. 12, 1772; d. Mar. 24, 1776. 

iii. Sylvester Richmond, b. Jan. 28, d. July 14, 1773. 

iv. Richmond, b. June 15, 1775; d. Nov. 16, 1796. 

V. Polly, b. Aug. 7, 1776; d. Nov. 10, 1796. 

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107. Thomas* Lobing {Thomai^, John\ John*, Thomas^), 
bom at Hingham March 10, 1755; maxried April 9, 1780, 
Joaxma Q., daughter of John and Anna (Quincy) Thaxter, 
bom February 10, 1767, died August 13, 1836. 

He was graduated at Harvard College in 1774. Served 
two days on guard duty in June, 1776. Was a fish mer- 
chant. 

He died November 7, 1828. 

Children: 

i. Joazma Quincy*, b. Mar. 30, 1782; m. May 18, 1808, Rev. 
Peres Lincoln. 

iL Sophia, b. Sept. 24, 1784; m. May 8, 1816, Gi^t Nathaniel 
Whittemore; ahe <L Apr. 25, 1863. He d. at Gloucester 
Apr. 17, 1856. 

iii. Thomaa, b. Apr. 23, 1789; m. Oct. 11, 1842, Amelia B. 
Fudger ; she d. at Gloucester Nov. 10, 1876. He was repre- 
sentative 1831*1840; member of the firm of Whittemore 
& Loring, afterward Loring and Sprague, grain mer- 
chants at the Harbor in Hingham. Representative a 
number of terms. He d., s.p., June 9, 1863. 

108. David Gushing* Loring {Solomon^ Jokn\ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., August 13, 
1749; married (intention February 13, 1779) Saral^, 
dau^ter of John and Jane (Loring) Hayes, bom March 
28, 1762, died May 17, 1783- 

He served at Fort Fahnouth, Me., under Colonel 
Mitchell in November, 1775; was sergeant of Captain 
Winthrop's "Boston company," serving two months in 
the siege of Boston; he was also an officer on the biigan- 
tine Pallaa^ July 3 to August 20, 1779, in an expedition to 
Penobscot Bay, Me. 

His home was North Yarmouth, Me. ; he was drovnaed 
while attempting to cross Royal's River August 20, 
1783, a short time after his wife's death. 

Children: 

247. i. Jaeob^ b. Jan. 13, 1780. 

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109. Solomon^ Lorinq {Solomon^^ John^j John\ 
Thomas^)^ bom at North Yannouth, Me., September 20, 
1761 ; married first, December 12, 1779, Hamiah, daughter 
of Hon. Daniel Davis, of Barnstable; she died August 
20, 1798, aged forty-one years. He married second, 
August 20, 1799, Abigail Dodd, who died July 3, 1846, 
aged eightynseven years. 

He served in the Revolutionary army from July 3 
to December 31, 1776; part of the time on the Maine 
coast, part of it in continental service elsewhere; also in 
the brig^tine PaUaa on the Penobscot expedition. 

He cleared a farm on the Greely road in North Yar- 
mouth, near the Cumberland line on which his great 
grandson David Loring was living in 1914. 

He died February 6, 1831. 

Children: 
i. Nicholas*, b. Oct. 7, 1781; when last heard from was on the 

voyage from London sailing down the Thames, in 1807. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1783; m. Sept. 0, 1812, Hon. Eliphaiet 

Greely. 
iii. David, b. Apr. 16, 1785; d. July 20, 1701. 
iv. Mary Ann, b. Oct. 10, 1786; m. (1) June 20, 1800, John 

Humphrey, who d. Mar. 5, 1812. She m. (2) Mar. 3, 

1818, John Pittee, who died, and she m. (3) Oct. 11, 1831, 

Dea. Jeremiah Blanchard. 
V. Hannah, b. Nov. 22, 1788; m. Feb. 20, 1822, Capt. Jooar 

than Greely. 
vL John, b. Dec. 4, 1700; d. Aug. 12, 1701. 
viL Margaret (twin), b. Dec. 4, 1700; m. (1) Jan. 7, 1817, 

Tristram Oilman Drinkwater. She m. (2) Ap. 22, 1824, 

WmiamReed. 
2^. viii. David, b. Oct. 17, 1702. 
250. ix. Sdomon (twin), b. Oct. 17, 1702. 

X. (Siristiana, b. Dec. 21, 1706; m. Feb. 15, 1821, Capt. Reuben 

Blanchard. She d. Mar. 16, 1883. 
Children: 

1. Hannah Elisabeth Blanchard, m. Capt. Reuben Merrill; 

he was wrecked off San Frandseo, C«al., in 1875. 

2. Enos 0. Blanchard, m. Lydia Nevins. 

3. Horatio S. Blanchard, m. Ellen Webber. 

4. Fred P. Blanchard, m. Susan Sweetser. 

5. Persia De Forest Blanchard. 

6. Frank W. Blanchard, m. E. H. Sweetser. 



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110. John* Lorino (John\ IsraeP, John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Boston December 26, 1737; married Jiine 18, 
1777, Jane; daughter of Shrimpton and Ma]^;aFet (Cook) 
Hunt, bom May 4, 1753. 

He was an apothecary, having his shop at the comer 
of Ck)mhill and the avenue to Brattle Street, called at 
the time Loring's Comer. A rival in business once said 
of him that like Roderic Random's master he would put 
up prescriptions without giving a single article that was 
ordered in them. His shop was the resort of the wits of 
the town, and it was«aid that his laugh could be heard as 
far as Faneuil Hall. During the Revolution he acted as 
a surgeon. He made an important deposition r^arding 
the treatment of citizens by British soldiers in Boston 
in the period before the Revolution. It was sworn to in 
the presence of Justice Richard Dana, July 28, 1769. 

I, John Loring of Boston, Physician, of lawful age, testify and de* 
elare that being on the 14th day of July eurrent near his dweUing house 
in Comhiily about 3 p.m. observing a number of the Grenadiers of the 
14th R^siment fdlowing and insulting a country butcher as he was 
riding on his cart, which, stopping a few rods from said house, the 
deponent went near the cart, and heard the butcher talking to the 
sokliers, desiring them to let liim go about his business, when Cd. 
Dafarymple came by, and asked what was the matter. The butcher 
got off his cart, and with his hat in his hand, told him he was insulted 
by the soldiers, who hindered him from going about his business, and 
that one of the Regiment yesterday knocked him down. The Ck>l. 
said to him '* You are a vile scoundrel, you was saucy and th^ served 
you right, and I do not care if they knock you down again," and 
directly walked away. The soldiers took off their hats and exulting^y 
said ' * There's a noble gentleman. Do you hear what the noble gentle- 
man says?" There was quite a riot following and blood was c&ed. 

Such occurrences did much to irritate the Americans '^^ 

and bring on the Revolution. 

He seema to be the John Loring of the Boston militia 
who did guard duty at Hull in Colonel Crafts' artillery, 
July 26 to September 11, 1777. 

Doctor Loring was on committees of the citizens in 
several cases. During the occupation of Boston by the 
British his furniture was mostly destroyed, but he left 
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He was one of a company of people in Boston who 
introduced innoculation for smallpox. 

He died suddenly on State Street while on his way to 
a civic feast in honor of the French Revolution, February 
16, 1793. 

Children: 

251. i. James Tyng*, b. Mar. 31, 1778. 

u. Mary, b. May 16, 1784; m. (int. Sept. 17, 1800) Martin 

Blake. Settled in Kentucky, 
iii. Sarah, b. in May, 1786; d. in 1703. 

252. iy. John J., b. Sept. 23, 1780. 



111. Abel* Loring {Jonathari^y IsraeP^ John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Marlborough March 25, 1741; married February 
26, 1767, Lucy, daughter of Peter Bent, who died March 
12, 1837. 

He settled at Barre, wh^re his grandfather, Rev. Israel 
Loring, made him a present of a tract of land in 1762, 
and he purchased other lands. Bought a pew in the 
meetinghouse in 1792. 

He died February 8, 1809. In 1810 Reuben sold his 
share in his father's estate to Nathaniel; February 22, 
1813, Israel of Petersham, Nathaniel of Barre, Lucy 
FuU^ and Lmus and Mary Wales of Union, Ck)nn., quit- 
claimed to Enos of Sterling and Artemas of Barre all 
their interest in the same. 

Children: 

253. i. Israel*, b. Apr. 6, 1768. 

ii. Nahum, b. Nov. 19, 1769; d. in 1706. 

254. iii. Reuben, b. Jan. 23, 1772. 

iv. Hosea, b. May 2, 1774; d. Apr. 9, 1777. 
V. Elizabeth, b. May 18, 1776; d. Apr. 9, 1777. 

255. vi. Enos, b. Feb. 2, 1778. 

256. vii. William, b. Nov. 18, 1780. 

viii. Lucena, b. Nov. 7, 1782; m. (1) Feb. 25, 1805, Joseph Fuller; 
m. (2) Thomas AUen. 

257. ix. Nathaniel, b. Apr. 15, 1775. 

X. Mary, b. Mar. 15, 1787; m. Mr. Wales. 

258. xi. Artemas, b. Apr. 29, 1790. 



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112. John* Loring {Jonathan^f IsraeP^ John\ Thanuu?)^ 
bom at Marlborough September 7, 1749; married August 
25, 1783, Mary, daughter of Noah and Lydia Beaman; she 
surviveid huu and died at the age of 90, September 13, 
1854. 

He lived at Marlborough. He was sergeant of Captain 
Barn's company which inarched April 19, 1775; enlisted 
into the army April 26, 1775, and served thirteen weeks 
and six days, and served at the northward to assist 
General Gates. Was cl^k of Captain Morse's regiment, 
October 2 to November 8, 1777; also was second lieu- 
tenant of Woods' company, Howe's regiment, commis- 
sioned May 4, 1780. He also served in Colonel Rice's 
regiment in 1787, in the suppression of Shay's. Rebellion. 

Was an honored citizen siter the war. Representative 
for eight years. Justice of the peace. 

He died February 27, 1827. 

Children: 

i. Phebe«, b. Oct. 28, 1783; d. June 6, 1785. 

u. Mary, b. Oct. 24, 1785; " m. three times"; m. Nov. 2, 1808 , 

Galvin Nourse, of Bolton, 

ill. Sophia, b. May 2, 1787; d. unm. Aug. 12, 1816. 

250. iv. WiUiam, b. Apr. 27, 1780. 

V. Elizabeth, b. Dec. 10, 1702; m. Oct. 17, 1810, Wm. G. Allen. 

260. vi. John, b. July 22, 1705. 

261. vii. Elmer, b. Sept. 8, 1707. 

viii. Lydia, b. Apr. 2, 1800; m. Feb. 22, 1824, John Clisbee. 
ix. Eveline, b. Dec. 13, 1808; d. unm. Apr. 6, 1857. 

113. WiLiiiAM' LoHiNG {JanaJthan^^^ IsraeP, John^, 
Thomas^) J bom at Marlborough June 10, 1762; married 
first, May 22, 1777, Sarah Williams. He married second, 
October 5, 1815, Esther Tayntor. 

He served in the regiment of Colonel Ward in 1775 and 
1776, and in Colonel Rice's regiment in 1787 against 
Shay's Rebellion. 

He and his brother Thomas bought land in Barre Octo- 
ber 25, 1779, and sold it in 1782. 

He was a farmer. Having no child of his own, he and 
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and gave him their full love and care, which he returned 
heartily. He grew up and inherited the homestead, and 
became a man of worl^. He has many worthy descend- 
ants. 

114. Thomas* Loring {Jonathan'^, IsraeP^ John^j 
Thomas^) ^ bom at Marlborough February 18, 1766; mar- 
ried March 20, 1780, "Phebe Stow, of Marlborough."* 

''He served in Colonel Gridley's regiment in 1776 and 
at Bunker Hill. Also in Colonel Whitney's regiment in 
1777, service at Rhode Island." 

"He settled at Lansingburgh, N. Y." 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth*, b. Dee. 3, 1780. 

ii. Mary, b. Dee. 28, 1782. » 

iii. Charles, d. young, 

iv. Sarah, m. John King, of Troy, N. Y. 

V. Julia, m. Acel Fuller, of Pontiac, Mieh. 

vi. Harriet, was a missionary at Buenos Ayres, S. A. 

264. vii. Thomas, b. at Lansingburgh, N. Y., May 2, 1806. 

116. Danibl* Lobing {Nathan\ IsraeP^ John\ 
Thomas^) J bom at Sudbury May 28, 1762; married Septem- 
ber 20, 1770, Bathsheba, daughter of Ezekiel and Bath- 
sheba Howe, who died March 25, 1777- He married 
second, April 4, 1779, Mrs. Lucy (Eaton) (Moore) Rice, 
who had first married, November 11, 1773, Jesse Moore, 
and after his death had married second, June 5, 1777, 
Jonas Rice; he died and she became the wife of Daniel 
Loring, as we have stated. 

Daniel was sergeant in Nixon's company of Ck)lonel 
Pierce's regiment, which served in 1775 at Bunker Hill 
and elsewhere; also in Captain Gardiner's company, 
Colonel Brooks' regiment at Horseneck, in 1776; was in 
charge of the Sudbury magazine in 1779; adjutant in 
1781. 

He removed to Ohio, settling at Belpre in Washington 
county. An entry in the books of the Ohio Company: 

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" November 8, 1787. Depodted in my hands t^ Daniel Loring of 
Sodboiy, Gentleman, the sum of One thousand dollars in Conti- 
nental Specie Certificates and Ten Dollars wl^ch I promise shall oon- 
stitute him the proprietor of one share in the Funds of the Ohio 
Company, and that his monies shall be paid into the hands of the 
Treasurer and in consideration therectf he will be entitled to and 
shall receive a Just Dividend on the lands purchased for the Comr 
pany as soon as they are apportioned by the Directors agreably to 
the Articles of Association. 

Rufus Putnam, Agent.'' 

In 1790 he and other settlers lived some time in a 
great block house called familiarly ''Fanner's Castle.'^ 
After the conditions were settled he carried on his farm. 
He was appointed one of the associate judges of the 
county in 1792. Letters from Judge Loring to his father- 
in-law, Mr. Ezekdel Howe of Sudbury, are extant, giving 
many items of interest to descendants, regarding the 
journey west, the Indian troubles, etc. 

Children: 

i. Israel*, b. at Sudbury Feb. 2, 1771; rem. to Marietta, 0.; 

rem. in 1803 to Gaibome Co., Miss., then newly settled; 

became wealthy; was a Master Mason. He d. unm. at 

Port Gibson, Miss, 
ii. Charlotte, b. June 12, 1773. 

266. iii. Ezekiel Howe, b. at Sudbury Feb. 4, 1776. 

iv. Bathsheba, b. at Sudbury July 28, 1780; m. Aaron Waldo 
Putnam. 
Children (partial list): 

1. William Pitt Putnam. 

2. Aaron Waldo Putnam, Jr. 

y. Daniel, bapt. at Sudbury Feb. 20, 1785; d. soon, 
vi. Mary (Polly), bapt. at Sudbury Aug. 5, 1787. 

267. viL Oliver Rice, b. at Belpre, " on Fryday morning last,'' the 

father wrote in a letter dated June 23, 1790. 

268. viii. Jesse, b. at Belpre, 0.; said to have been county sheriff. 

No descendants of the name known, 
ix. Asuba. 

116. Caleb* Lobing {Caleb\ CaleV, John\ Ttumaa^), 
bom at Boston January 13, 1764; married first, at Marble- 
head February 22, 1789, Ann, daughter of Capt. Jonathan 
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5, 1769, and died August 2, 1819. He married second, in 
1821, Jane Tyler, daughter of Rev. John and Mary 
(Wheatly) Lothrop, of Boston, bom February 6, 1777, 
died October 31, 1850. 

He was of the firm of Loring db Curtis, merchants. 
His autograph may be found on the record of the United 
States Bank in 1796. He became a member of the 
Boston Marine Society in 1797, and of the Massachu- 
setts Humane Society in 1810. 

In 1813 he testified before a committee of the Legisia* 
ture concerning the impressment of seamen by the 
British. He had previously known of but one case ex- 
cept where his ships were captured by French as well as 
English. He stated that he took care to ship ^'only Ameri- 
can sailors who had protections '' or Danes ox Swedes. 
He employed about forty seamen annually in foreign trade, 
six men to a hxmdred tons of shipping being the allowance. 

He was a man of strong patriotism, ''with a love of 
truth to which no bond on earth could add any feeling 
of obligation, and a stem and uncompromising sense of 
justice." Was much respected and honored. He was a 
State senator in 1828. He died October 31, 1850. 

Children, bom in Boston: 

i. Caleb*, b. in 1790; d. eariy. 

ii. Mary Ann, b. Jan. 3, 1792; m. Mar. 21, 1816, John Adama 

Cunningham, who was b. in Boston Feb. 1, 1789, and d. 

May 6, 1838; she d. May 10, 1832. 
Children: 

1. John Adama Cunningham, b. June 13, 1818. 

2. Ann Oredy Cunningham, b. May 29, 1820; d. Jan. 

19, 1870. 

3. Caleb Loring Cunningham, b. Nov. 22, 1821; m. 

Clementina Tnifant; he d. Aug. 11, 1863. 

4. Edward Cunningham, b. Feb. 23, 1823; m. Oct. 6, 

1858, Frances, dau. of Geo. B. and Helen (Paine) 
Cary, who d. Oct. 25, 1909. He d. Nov. 21, 1888. 

5. Francis Greely Cunningham, b. Apr. 6, 1824; d. unm. 

Nov. 25, 1848. 

6. Mary Ann L. Cunningham, b. July 13, 1825; d. unm. 

Oct. 4, 1847. 

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8. Arthur Cunninghaiii, b. May 27, 1831; m. Mn. Taylor, 
dau. of Jerome Merritt. He d. Oct. 26, 1886. 

269. iii. Charles Greely, b. May 2, 1794. 

270. iv. Wmiam Josepl^, b. Oct. 8, 1795. 

T. Hekn CurtiB, b. Mar. 2, 1799; d. in 1838. Was active in 
charitable woric; founded the Pitt Street (now Bulfinch 
Place) Sunday School. 

vL Caleb, b. and d. m 1800. 

viL Francis Caleb, b. Dec. 15, 1805; d. Sept. 9, 1806. 

271. viii. Francis Caleb, b. Sept. 19, 1809. 

ix. Sarah Frances, b. Aug. 24, 1811; m. Oct. 16, 1834, William 
Gray, b. at Boston Dec. 20, 1810, d. Feb. 11, 1892. She 
d Aug. 29, 1892. 
Children: 

1. Mary Clay Gray, b. S^pt. 1, 1885; d. Nov. 9, 1887. 

2. William Gri^y, b. July 2, 1837; m. May 3, 1859, 

Katharine Hayes Cunningham. He d. Aug. 16, 
1886; she d. in Aug., 1891. 

3. Francis Gray, b. Nov. 3, 1839; d. Aug. 1, 1857. 

4. Isa Elisabeth Gray, b. Aug. 6, 1841. 

5. Frances Loring Gray, b. June 14, 1843; m. W. A. 

W. Stuart of New York; he d. in 1889. 

6. Anna Gredy Gray, b. Feb. 20, 1845; she is active in relief 

work for wounded and blind soldiers in France in 
this war. 

7. Florence Gray, b. June 24, 1847; d. Aug. 17, 1859. 

8. Edward Gray, b. June 7, 1851; was grad. Harv. Univ. 

1872; m. Sept. 21, 1875; Elisabeth G., dau. of Franklin 
H. and Addaide W. Story, a. 19 yis.; he d Dec 14, 
1907. 

9. Ellen Gray, b. Dec. 22, 1854; d. Aug. 8, 1883. 

X. Isanna Elisabeth, b. Apr. 4, 1814; d. unm. Dec. 18, 1900. 
Was veiy active in charities; founded the *' Boston Sewiog 
Circle," for the relief of soldiers during the Civil War. 

118. Edward* Lobino {Caleh\ CaleV, John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Boston February 25, 1773; married in 1801 
FranceSi daughter of Capt. Jonathan and Mary (Hich- 
bom) Greely, of Marblehead, sister of his brother 
Caleb's wife. She survived him and married second 
Thomas Curtis, of Boston, who had been her husband's 
business partner. 

He was a merchant in Boston. He died in 1802. 

Child: 

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119. Joshua* Loring (/«raeZ*, Calebs, John\ ThamoB^), 
bom at Boston October 12, 1768; married May 17, 1798, 
Elizabeth Bradford. 

He resided at Boston; was a merchant and at one time 
master of a packet. 
He died May 21, 1862. 

Children: 

L Joshua Joseph*, b. Dec 12, 1798; was blind; d. Sept. 1, 

1866. 
u. John Foster, b. in 1800; d. July 26, 1864. Apothecary; 

treasurer Boston and Providence R.R. 
274. iii. George Homer, b. in 1804. 

iy. Elisabeth B., b. Dec. 24, 1805; d. Feb. 12, 1876. 

V. Hannah Williams, b. June 20, 1810; d. Jan. 80, 1800. 

vi. Mary Homer, b. Mar. 24, 1812; d. Feb. 5, 1900. 

vii. Edward. 

viii. William Lamb, a blind man. 

ix. Caleb, d. unm. May 23, 1867. 

X. Eleanor Chandler. 

120. Israel^ Loring {iBraelf^ CaleV, Jokn\ Thotruu}), 
bom at Boston in November, 1774; married in 1801 
Sarah Laha. Was she the Sarah Loring, bom at Ipswich 
of Daniel and Mary Newman, who died at Newton 
November 30, 1858? 

He resided at Newton. He died May 19, 1866. 

Child: 

Israel*, d. early. 

122. Joseph^ Lonmo {Joseph\ CakV, John\ Thcmas^)^ 
bom at Boston October 5, 1767; married May 16, 1797, 
Susanna (Susan or Sukey) daughter of Stephen and Mary 
Hall, bom July 24, 1771, died November 6, 1841, aged 
sixty-nine years. 

He was a shopkeeper on Gomhill in Boston. Was a 
sergeant of a company called ''The Prussian Blues'' 
in 1793; a member of the Ancient and Honorable Artil- 
lery; captain of Washington Light Infantry; was the 
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Qflfeers/' A notary public in 1807; a eustomhouse 
officer; and commissioned colonel in 1812. 

Outspoken and perhaps unconcerned as to others' 
opinions, he made enemies, and criticisms have come 
down. Some ardent friend, howev^, gave the following 
toast July 4, 1807, in Liberty HaU: 

** Capt. Joseph Loring, Jr., the persecuted Republican 
soldier. He rises in the estimation of those who love 
justice, while his enemies sink into contempt.'' 

He died at Charlestown Ociober 3, 1838. 

Children: 

L Henry HaU*, b. Apr, 15, 1708; 0i4>tain in U. 8. Army; d. 
at Fort JeBBup, Tex., July 16, 1840. 

ii. Nathaniel Hall, b. Deo. 17, 17M; an attorney; d. at Charles- 
town Dec. 21, 1838. 

lii. Mary HaU, b. Feb. 1, 1802; d.unm. Mar. 21, 1888. 

hr. Oeoree Hatt, b. Jan. 11, 1804; merchant; d. at Porto Bioo, 
Dec. 26, 1832. 



128. Bknjamin* Lobing {Benjaminl^, Benjamin^ Ben- 
jamin\ Thomas^) j bom at Hul}, July 16, 1731; married 
firsty in 1751, Elizabeth Bosson, who died the same year. 
He married second, in December, 1755, Rachel Wilson. 
He married third, January 7, 1779, Eunice, daughter of 
Capt. Edmund Soper, of Braintree, who died in 1785. 

He was a jeweler in Boston; his house was at the upper 
end of Williams Ck)urt; was burned in 1762. In Septem- 
ber, 1776, he was approbated to keep The Royal Exchange 
tavern in King Street, now State Street, at the west cor- 
ner of Royal Exchange Lane, across which his signboard 
extended. He lost much by the Revolution; served in 
home guard in 1777; went to We}rmouth and kept 
tavern awhile; later returned to the jewelry business. 

He died in February, 1798. 

Children: 

i. Elixabeth*, m. Oct. 27, 1774, Wflliam Gibbe. 
ii. Bachel, m. Oct. 8, 1786, Adna Nichols. 
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IT. BenjmmiD, b. in 1762; m. July 17, 1788, Elisabeth Botty& 

He d. in 1787. 
V. William. 

vi. Mercy, m. Capt. Abijah Luce, 
vii. John, b. in 1774; a tailor; m. m 1802 Elizabeth Dewit; d. 

in 1810. 
viii. Deborah, m. Mr. Shaw* 

ijc Su«an, m. William Tumbull, of Boston and Portlandi Me. 
X. Sarah, m. in 1787 Nehemiah Whitmarsh. 
xi. Fanny, b. about 1780; m. in 1800 Darius Boardman. 



124^ David* Loring (Damd^y Benjamin^ Bevjamin\ 
Thomas^) f bom at Hull August 19, 1742; married February 
2, 1764, Elizabeth Fairservice; she survived him and mar- 
ried second November 2, 1778, Thomas Fennen (Fenecy), 
whom she also outlived, and married March 22, 1798, 
Capt. Thomas Jenner Games. She made her will (re- 
siding at West Cambridge) August 6, 1802, bequeathing 
to ** my 3 grandchildren Eliza, Nathaniel* and David 
Loring and their mother Sarah." She died August 16, 
1802. 

He was a shoemaker; sealer of leather for the town of 
Boston in 1769, made many shoes for the soldiers of the 
British army quartered there. Among the depositions 
taken by the city of Boston relative to the " Massacre" 
of March 5, 1770, is one by him, expressing the view that 
the soldiers of the 29th regiment were '' a set of blood- 
thirsty men," quoting the remark of a soldier of that 
regiment that '4t was a planned thing a month before." 

He sailed in the privateer Sturdy Decker, Captain 
Campbell, in 1777, with one hundred men, which took 
several prizes but was lost in 1778 on the coast of France. 
The exact date of his death is therefore not known. 

Children: 

I EUzabeth*, b. Apr. 10, 1766; m. (1) Capt. Jacob Homer; m. 
(2) Mr. Winncck of Vermont; m. (3) Col. Jeduthun 
Wellington, of W. Cambridge. 
280. iL David, b. in 1768. 

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iii. Sarah H., b. in 1770; m. (1) May 16, 1798, Wmiam Baas; m. 

(2) Nov. 14, 1802, Oliver Steele, of New Haven, 
iv. Mary (mentioned in grandfather's will.) 
V. Hannah (mentioned in grandfather's will.) 

126. Jonathan^ Loring {D(wid\ Benjamin^, Benjamin^ 
Thomas^), bom at Hull November 18, 1744; married 
Margaret Davidson. She died in 1822. 

He was a tailor; resided at Boston. He died in 1800. 

Children: 

281. i. Jonatiian*, b. in 1767. 

iL Margaret, b. in 1770; bapt. Dee. 12, 1773. 

282. iii. Henry (tmn), b. in 1770; bapt. Dec. 12, 1773. 

iv. Eliaabeth (Betsey), bapt. Oct. 21, 1772; m. Sept. 4, 1800, 

Joseph Jackson. 
V. Mary, b. in 1779; bapt. Oct. 21, 1792; m. Sept. 24, 1798, 

William Woart. 
Children: 

1. Jonathan Loring Woart, grad. Harv. Coll.; a 

clergyman of Tallahassee, Ma.; he and his wife 
perished in shipwreck June 14, 1838. 

2. John Woart, rector Christ Church, Boston, in 1848. 

126. Joseph^ Loring {David\ Benjamin^ Benjamin^ 
Thomas^), born at Hull February 17, 1762; married Au- 
gust 21, 1777, Anna or Nancy True, who died September 
27, 1840, aged ninety. 

He was a cooper; resided in Boston. Was culler of 
staves and hoops in 1796. Was a lieutenant of Capt. 
John Callendar's artillery company in Colonel Gridley's 
regiment and on duty from June 3, 1775, two months and 
three days. Was in the battle of Bimker Hill; afterward 
of Captain Treat's company. Was a prisoner of war at 
Fort Washington, L. I.; dangerously ill of smallpox. 
Reported these things and was allowed for the claims. 
Had the title of captain. He died May 13, 1799. 

Children: 
i. Nancy«, b. Sept, 19, 1778; d. Feb. 12, 1799*. 
ii. John, b. Aug. 9, d. Oct. 10, 1781. 
* The Bast&n Centinel of February 17, 1799, has these lines On her death: 
*' If beauty, worth and innocence- could save 
The blooming virgm from an early grave; 
She long had stayed on life's sad stage to move, 
And angels mourned her abeenoe from above." 



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iii. Joseph, b. Oct. 10, 1782; d. Sept. 10, 1802. 

iv. Sarah, b. Mar. 16, 1785. 

V. Margaret (twin), b. Mar. 16, 1785; m. Nov. 25, 1804, 

Edward Gray, <rf New York, 
vi. Mary, b. June 10, 1788; m. in 1808 Joaeph Simmons, 
vii. John (twin), b. June 10, 1788; d. soon. 
viii. Sarah, m. (1) Mr. Richardson; m. (2) William Eayrs. 
ix. John, b. Nov. 19, 1792; d. in 1793. 

283. X. Henry (twin), b. Nov. 19. 1792. 

127. Benjamin* Lorino {Darid^, Benjamin^ Benjamin\ 
Thoffruuf)^ bom at Hull in 1761; married in Boston Oc- 
tober 9, 1785; Ruth Pike, who died in 1845, aged eighty- 
four. 

He was at Dorchester Heights in the Revolutionary War; 
was sergeant of a Boston regimoit in 1783. Was an 
inspector in Boston about that time. He died of yellow 
fever August 5, 1798. 

Children: 

i. Ruth*, b. in 1787; m. Oct. 8, 1807, Dea. Samuel Beal. 

284. ii. ?niliain,b.inl789. 

iiu Sarah White, b. in 1792; m. Oapt. Timothy House, of the 
Boston and Philadelphia packet line. 

128. Jambs* Loring {Jame^^ John\ Bevjamin\ 
Thomas^), bom at Hull July 22, 1770; married first, 
April 10, 17989 Mary, daughter of George and Lydia 
(Gushing) Gushing, bom August 11, 1778, died January 
14, 1830. He married second, August 7, 1833, Mrs. 
Prudence Glark Morris, daughter of Gapt. Edmund 
Hart; she died May 9, 1868. 

He was a printer and then a bookseller and publisher. 
For many years he issued the Masaachusetta Register; 
for fifteen years he was editor of the Christian WaUhr 
man^ the organ of the Baptist churches of New England; 
was deacon of the church of which Dr. Stillman was pas- 
tor. He contributed ten articles to the Chronicle upon 
religious toleration. Was for twenty years treasurer of 
the Boston Baptist Foreign Missionary Society. Served 
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seerB of the poor. His store at the comer of Washington 
Street and Spring Lane, which he had occupied forty- 
eight years, passed into the hands of his sons when he 
retired from active business. The Boston Post spoke of 
him at the time as '' an honest, industrious and success- 
ful man, who retired with the respect and competence 
to which his character and enterprise entitled him.'' 
He died July 9, 1850. 

Children : 

285. i. JameB SpeareV b. Aug; 6, 1790. 

iL Joseph Gushing, b. Mar. 13, 1801; d. Dec. 7, 1803. 

iii. George, b. May 24, 1802; was in the busioMS with his fftUier 
and brothers; of quiet, literaiy tastes; he d. unm. Apr. 
21, 1888. 

ir. Muy, b. May 2, 1804; d. Dec. 8, 1815. 

T. Julia Anna, b. May 1, 1806; d. unm. Apr. 25, 1880. 

vi. A female child, b. and d. Mar. 16, 1808. 

▼iL Eliaabeih Pteiroe, b. Feb. 20, 1800; d. Apr. 28, J8I1. 

▼iii. Joseph Gushii^, b. Sept. 17, 1811; grad. Watmrille Goll. in 
1836; d. unm. May 14, 1885. 

iz. Elisabeth Peirce, b. Sept. 24, 1813. 

X. A daughter, b. Jan. 30; d. Feb. 24, 1816. 

XL Mary NeweD, b. Not. 26, 1817; d. unm. Apr. 1, 1802. 

xii. Matflda WineheD, b. Nov. 3, 1810; m. Oct. 26, 1841, James 
G. Swan; he was b. Jan. 11, 1818, d. May 18* 1000; she 
d. Dec. 2, 1863. 

xiiL Francis Wayiand, b. Oct 10, 1821; d. unm. Sept. 30, 1886. 
His estate was administered upon by his grandnephew 
Charles H. Swan; other hem named were his sister, 
Elisabeth P. Loring, his niece, Ella M. Swan, and his 
nephews, Charles H. Swan and James B. Loring. 

ISOt. Matthew* Loring {Samuel^ SamuePj Benjamin^ 
Thonuu^), bom at Hull December 9, [1761]; niarried first 
(intention January 1, 1786) Agnes E. Floyd, of Boston. 
He niarried second Nancy Bates, who died March 30, 
1798, aged 31. He married third, June 13, 1799, Hannah 
Blake. 

He was a cordwainer; lived at Boston; in 1796 was the 

^So the gentleman recorded his name in the list of his father's ohildien, 
in the ofifinal manusoript of his "Chronicles or Ancestral Records." It 
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public " culler of leather.'' Was captain of the Boston 
artillery company. Was a private in Colonel Crafts' 
regiment in 1776. Served on the brig Hazard in 1777 
and 1778. 

Children: 



290. 


i. 


WiDiam Price*, b. about 1796. 




ii. 


Caroline Matilda, b. in 1807; d. July 14, 1862. 


291. 


iu. 


Francis M., b. Sept. 26, 1811. 


292. 


iv. 


Joseph B. 




V; 






vi. 


Sarah^ m. Thomas Neweotnb. 




vii. 


Jane, d. 




viii. 


. Nancy, b. in 1817; d. e. 24. 




ix. 


Ebeneser; d. early. 



181. Galeb^ Loring {Samuel^, SamueP, Benjamin^ 
Thomas^) f bom at Hull August 7, 1767; married first at 
Boston May 3, 1792, Mary, daughter of Benjamin and 
Dorcas (Adams) Silsbee, bom March 1, 1770, died July 
30, 1810. He married second January 3, 1811, Mrs. 
Love (Hawks) Rand; she died in 1849. 

He resided at Boston; was a tin plate worker. Was 
captain of an artillay company; member of a Masonic 
lodge. Was superintendent of burying grounds in 1810. 

He died April 1,1838. 

Children: 

i. Mary*, b. Feb. 6, 1793; m. Nov. 17, 1814, Benjamin Silsby. 
203. ii. Caleb Gould, b. Jan. 20, 1796. 

294. iii. George, b. Mar. 28, 1798. 

iv. Harriet, b. Feb. 7, 1800; d. umn. Sept. 28, 1887. 

295. V. Edward, b. Dec. 24, 1802. 

vi. Annette, b. Aug. 19, 1805; d. Nov. 24, 1868. 

296. vii. Henry William, b. Deo. 28, 1807. 

297. viii. Samuel. 



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IBO. Joshua* Loring {Thonuu^^ Thomas^, Thoma^, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Plympton Novemb^ 19, 
1751; maxried January 22, 1777| Hannah, daughter of 
Shubael Campbell, of Raynham; born July 28, 1752, 
died Jaiiuary 10, 1840. 

He was one of the Minute Men who marched on the 
Lexington alarm. He was sergeant in Capt. Thomas 
Turner's company, Colonel Marshall's regiment, June 10 
to December 1, 1776; then served in Colonel Robinson's 
regiment at Bhode Island, July 26, 1777, to January 
1, 1778; afterward lieutenant in Col. John Jacob's regi- 
ment through 1778 and 1779 and April 1, 1780. 

He was a school teacher, leader of the village choir, 
town clerk, assessor. He died, at Easton, on a business 
trip, June 18, 1799. 

Children: 
301. i. Levi^ b. Mar. 19, 177S. 

ii Zilpah, b. Oct. 10, 1779; killed by falling from a bridge over 
a rolling dam near her father's house a very dark night, 
Jan. 22, 1797. 
902. iii. Daniel, b. July 28, 1782. 

iv. Polly, b. Apr. 28, 1785; m. Nov. 9, 1806, Charles Brewster, 

of Duxbury. 
V. Joshua, b. Jan. 4, 1788; d. unm. Aug. 17, 1864. 
vi. Hannah, b. June 1, 1790; m. in 1815 Lewis Ames, of Bridge- 
water, 
vii. Orpahf b. in Jan., 1793; m. John Curtis, of Stoughton. 

161. Mel2ar* Loring {Thomas^ Thomas*, Thomas^f 
Thomas^ Thomas^) ^ born at Plympton June 19, 1756; 
married June 12, 1782, Deborah, daughter of Josiah 
Cushman, who died July 21, 1801. 

He was a private in Captain Turner's comipanyy 
Colonel Marshall's regiment, in 1776, and in Captain 

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Waahbum's company, Colonel Brooks' regiment, in 1778, 
at Cambridge. 
He died June 2, 1831. 

Children: 

i. Meiiar^ b. in Oot., 1782; d. unm. in 1832. 

ii. Southworih, b. Nov. 3, 1784; drowned at Saco, Me., Sept. 

26, 1808. 
ill. Deborah, b. Mar. 25, 1791 ; m. in Feb., 1824, Daniel McLean, 
iv. John, b. Apr. 19, 1794; m. Mary Whitten; d., s.p., in Dec., 

1819. 
y. Benjamin, b. Aug. 10, 1796; d. unm. in Sept., 1833. 
vi. Robert Bradford, b. Jan. 8, 1799; d. unm. July 29, 1828. 

162. SiMsoN* LoBiNO {Thomat^^ Thama^j Thama^p 
Thomas^ Tfiamaa^), bom at Plympton December 26, 
1762; married Jmie 14, 1792, Rebecca, daughter of 
Ephraim Soule; she died February 4, 1848, aged 81 years, 
7 months and 11 days. 

He enlisted July 8, 1779, and served till January 31, 
1780, in Colonel Jacobs' regiment, and in Capt. Elijah 
Baker's company, Col. William Turner, on the march to 
Rhode Island in 1781. 

''He was an assessor, a Revolutionary pensioner, and 
much esteemed." 

He died October 25, 1842. 

Children: 

i. Rebeoea^, b. Apr. 3, 1793; m. Sept. 14, 1817, Thomas 
Randall. 
303. ii. laaao, b. Aug. 10, 1799. 

163. Braddock* Lorinq (Perez^j Thomas^ Thoma^, 
Thama^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury August 21, 1760; 
married August 13, 1783, Mary Mathers, of Cambridge, 
a native of Scotland, '' remarkable for firmness and 
dignity." She died m 1846, aged 86. 

''Served in Captain Arnold's company, CoL Thomas 
Lathrop's regiment, in 1776; in Major Proctor's battalion, 
guarding Boston, three months in 1777 and 1778; was 
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He settled at Boston. Was city surveyor in 1805; 
member of Massachusetts Charitable Mechanics Associa- 
tion. 

He died in March, 1822. 

Children : 

304. i. Ftoei^ b. Aug. 31, 17g4. 

u. Maiy, b. July 4, 1786; m. in 1816 Moses Bond. 
804a.iii. Bnddock, b. Feb. 1, 1788. 

iv. Sarah Freeman, b. Sept. 19, 1789; m. Samuel Tufts. 

T. Elisabeth; b. June 26, 179L 

tL Harriet, b. Oct. 23, 1792; m. (1) Mr. Bond; m. (2) Col. 
Michael Roubtone. 
805* vii. Charles M., b. May 23» 1794. - 
306. Tiii. Samuel, b. Aug. 23, 179K. 

iz. Deborah, b. Jan. 6, 1798; m. Shepard Bobbins. 

z. Eliaabeih, b. Oet. 23, 1801; m. Andrew Capen. 



IM. Frxsman* Lobing {Peret^, Thomtu^^ Thonuu^, 
Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury July 25, 1762; 
married October 26, 1791, Deborah, dauj^ter of Eliph* 
alet and Hannah Bradford, bom December 26, 1767. 
After her husband's death she removed to Keene, N. H. 

He served as a naval seaman at 18 years of age on brig 
Dclpkin, Capt. David IngersoU; and afterward on the 
sloop Jonathan of Salem; roll eiKiorsed, '^ October, 1780, 
his age 20 years; stature, 6 feet, 6 inches; complexion, 
light-" 

Resided at Duxbury. Was one of the builders of the 
first wharf in town. 

He died November 17, 1820. 

His epitaph reads: 

"A kind companion and tender parent 
In life the ways of truth he trod 
And now we trust he lives with God." 

Children: 

i. BdInda^ b. Deo. 22, 1793. 

307. ii. Freeman, b. Apr. 25, 1796. 

308. iii. Seth, b. Jan. 11, 1799. 
iv. Deborah, b. Oct. 4, 1800. 



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a09. ▼. Barak, b. Deo. 28, 1802. 

310. vL Rufus, b. June 18, 1804. 
vii. Eliza, b. May 1, 1806. 
viii. Caroline, b. Nov. 18, 1807. 
ix. Cynthia, b. July 23, 1809. 

166. Lbvi* Loring {JPeretfi^ Thomas^ Thoma^, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), born at Duxbury February 13, 
1775; married first, February 17, 1802, Joanna, daughto* 
of Henry Josselyn, of Pembroke; sbe (tied April 10, 1805, 
aged 24 years. He married second, Sarah, daughter of 
William Brooks, of Scituate; she died April 10, 1838, aged 
61 years. 

He lived at Duxbury; was a hatter by trade, and a 
farmer; a deacon of the Unitarian Church. He died on 
the old place February 23, 1864. 

Children: 
i. A Bon^ b. Feb. 18, d. Feb. 26, 1803. 
ii. Sarah, b. Feb. 19, 1804; d. Aug. 10, 1805. 
m. A daughter, b. and d. July 23, 1808. 
iv. Levi Edwin, b. Jan. 2 , 1812; d. Nov. 15, 1835. 
V. Sarah Brooks, b. Aug. 20, 1813; m. Jan. 10, 1846, Lewia 
Ripley, of Kingston, who was b. June 16, 1806, and d. 
May 18, 1892; she d. June 11, 1851. 
Children: 

1. Martha Ripley, b. Nov. 3, 1846; m. Jan. 5, 187D, 

Charles Morton Wright, of Plympton. He was for 
many years assistant oi^ marshal of Springfidd. 

2. Sarah Loring Ripley, b. Apr. 14, 1851; m. Sept. 22, 

1875, Edward Young Ba^r, of Newburyport. 
Child: 

Henry Loring Badger, b. Jan. 13, 1887. 

3. Henry Lewis Ripley, b. Sept. 16, 1848; grad. Mass. 

Inst. Tech.; entered the U. 8. Army and has risen 
from the ranks to be major of the 8th Infantry 
(1906). 

311. vi. Peres, b. Feb. 15, 1817. 

167. William* Loring (TTiHiom*, Nalhaniel^^ Thomas^y 
Thomas*, Thomas^), born at Duxbury May 6, 1766; 
married at Pembroke December 18, 1794, Judith^ daughter 
of Isaac and Lydia (Hatch) Little, born February 18, 
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He was a farmer; a justice of the peace. Had a car- 
riage on which he paid excise duty in 1798. 
He died May 3, 1852. 

Children: 

312. i. William Little^ b. June 15, 1796. 

ii. Judith, b. Oct. 11, 1801; m. Dec. 15, 1829, George B. Stand- 
iah (his first wife). 
Children: 

1. Emma Loring Standish, b. Jan. 11, 1834; m. Apr. 20, 

1859, Robert Young, of E. Bridgewater. 

2. William Standish. 

liL Emeline, b. Jan. 8, 1806; m. June 14, 1833, Alfred Rogers, 
who was b. at MarahfieH Sept. 1, 1803, d. at Boston Oct. 
11, 1872. She d. at Hingham Aug. 13, 1886. 
Children: 

1. Samuel Wills Rogers, b. Apr. 7, 1834; m. Sept. 8, 1859, 

Florence King. 

2. WOliam Alfred Rogers, Jr«, m. Helen Briggs Whitman. 

Is a lumber merdiant in Boston; res. at Newton 
Center, 
iv. Bail^ HaU, b. June 30, 1809; d. Oct. 11, 1822. 

168. George* Lorino (Wiliiam^^ Nathaniel^, Thoma^, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Duxbury February 2, 1770; 
married first, in November, 1796, Nancy Delano, who 
died September 22) 1797, aged 21 years and 10 months. 
He married second, January 31, 1802, Hannah, daughter of 
Sylvanus and Mary (Clark) Drew, bom Thursday, 
March 15, 1774, and died July 25, 1819. He married 
third, October 29, 1820, Welthea, sister of the second 
wife, who was bom Monday, April 26, 1784, and, sur- 
viving her husband, died November 17, 1876. 

He was a sea captain in early life; then entered the 
business of shipbuilding; gave the whole force of his own 
superintendence and his well-trained workmen to the 
construction of the ships of Mr. John Binney, a wealthy 
merchant of Boston. Was a very conscientious man, 
efficient and reliable. Naturally impetuous, he trained 
himself in self-control by the help of religion; was a 
deacon of the church. He was active and energetic as 
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sometimes; cultivated his farm in his later years. He 
was working in the hayfidd July 12, 1847, when the load 
struck a '' jounce" and he was thrown from the wagon 
to the ground with such force that death resulted in a 
few minutes* His will was not admitted to probate on 
the technical ground that it had only two witnesses; but 
his heirs took pleasure in having the estate administered 
as he had plamied. 

Children: 
314. i. Charles^ b. Dec. 3, 1802. 

iL ZQpah Drew, b. Not. 15, 1804; m. Aug. 18, 1825, Ci^t. 
Nathaniel Thomas, of MarahfiekL 
Children: 

1. George Brook Thomas, b. May 19, 1826; d. Mar. 3, 

1827. 

2. Anna Maria Thomas, b. Dec. 8, 1829; d. Apr. 26, 1850. 

3. Zilpha Loring Thomas, b. Oct. 4, 1882; m. Oct. 24, 

1855, Charles FV«d Sleeper. 

4. Hannah Drew Th<»na8, b. Aug. 11, 1836; m. John 

Moer, €i Brooklyn, N. Y.; she was a veiy eflSdent 
and widely known army nurse in Union hospitals 
in the sixties; d. Dec. 23, 1873. 

5. Harriet Thomas, b. and d. in 1838. 

6. Nathaniel Winslow Thomas, b. Sept. 20, 1842; served 

nobly in the war for the Union; d. Sept. 18, 1866. 

7. Mary Bailey Thomas, b. Feb. 12, 1845; m. Sept. 6, 

1866, Philip E. Teschemaeker, of Boston. 

iiL George, b. Nov. 30, 1806; became mate of the brig Panama^ 
wMk Capt. Nathaniel Thomas; was killed by falling from 
aloft May 16, 1830. 

iv. dariflsa, b. Oct. 14, 1810: m. Oct. 29, 1829, Charles 'James 
Fox Binney, son of Mr. John Binney mentioDed above. 
He took great interest in family genealogy and gathered 
a very large collection of facts re^urding his own and his 
wife's families. Mr. John Arthur Loripg had access to that 
collection in his work, so that the present volume is in- 
debted to Mr. Binney for a number of items of interest 
which were not fouxMi in any of the pubUo documents 
or books which tbe compilers and editor had consulted* 
Mr. Binney was b. Oct. 2, 1826, and d. Dec. 30, 1888. 
Mrs. Binney d. June 2, 1897. 
Children: 
1. Isabdla Binney, b. Nov. 12, 1830; m. Oct. 24, 1855, 
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2. Charles Loring Binoey, b. July 21, 1832; d. Jan. 29, 

1863. 

3. Emily Bimiey, b. Jan. 6, 1835; d. May 13, 1839. 

4. George Loring Binney, b. Sept. 2, 18^; served aa 

quartermaster in the 2d Mass. Vol. Inf. Was bre- 
vetted detain and major. He m. Sept. 7, 1870, 
Henriette W. Disbro; res. at Tidioute, Pa. 

5. Prentiee Binney, b. Sept. 21, 1842; d. Sept. 26, 1849. 

6. Mary Prentioe Binney, b. May 1, 1850. 

315. V. Bailey, b. May 3, 1813. 

▼i. fVederiok William, b. Jan. 12, 1816; d. unm. June 27, 1842. 

316. vii. John Smith, b. Feb. 4, 1823. 

317. viii. Omar, b. Oct. 13, 1825. 



169. Joshua* Loring (TfiZZiam^ Nathaniel^ Thotna^^ 
Thama8\ Thomas^)^ born at Duxbury December 5, 1774; 
married Hannah^ daughter of ThomaB and Ann Dingley, 
bom May 17, 1782, died August 17, 1871. 

He lived at Marshfield. He was a farmer; reputed 
''a good man/' 

He died November 8, 1857. 

Children: 

L Amia Phi]lip8^ b. July 14, 1804; m. Feb. 4, 1829, Asa Oier* 
man, of Hingham. 
Children: 

1. Aaa Sherman, Jr., b. in 1829; d. in 1848. 

2. Joshua Sherman, b. in 1832; m. Jane CummingB, May 

5,1854. 

3. Marcellus Sherman, b. in 1835; d. in 1837. 

4. Ann Maria Sherman, b. in 1837; m. in 1861 Geoi^e 

Kentrar. 

5. James Dinfi^ey Sherman, b. in 1842; d. in 1861. 

6. Hannah Dingley Sherman, b. in 1845; res. Marshfield. 
ii. Hannah A., b. Aug. 31, 1806; m. Seth de Craw; he d. and 

she became a nurse. She d. Feb. 8, 1881. 
iii. Afethea Alden, b. Aug. 8, 1808; m. in 1828 James Hunt, 
caahier of West Roxbury Bank. She d. Oct. 28, 1887. 
Children: 

1. George WiUard Hunt, b. in 1829; d. in 1832. 

2. Harrison Gray Hunt, b. in 1831. 

3. Julia Martin Hunt, b. in 1834; d. in 1836. 

4. Isabella Hunt, b. and d. in 1837. 

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6. Gflman Robbins Hunt, b. in 1S42. 

7. Emily Binney Hunt, b. in Apr., 1847; d in Aug., 1849. 
iv. Sarah Dingley, b. July 21, 1810; m. Amory Nourse. 

318. V. JoBhua, Jr., b. Mar. 19, 1812. 

yi. Sophia Bailey, b. June 11, 1814; m. Deo. 27, 1841, Joseph 
Williams Thayer, of Hingham. 
Children: 

1. Joseph Loring Thayer, b. in 1843; m. S. M. Goodrich, 

of N. Adams. Is cashier of Home Savin^i Bank, 
Boston. 

2. George Thcmias Thayer, b. Oct. 28, 1846; m. Emma E. 

Wade, of Norfolk. 

319. vii. Thomas D., b. Apr. 10, 1816. 

viii. Elisabeth Blake, b. Feb. 9, 1818; m. Apr. 4, 1843, Thomas L. 
Whiton, of Hingham. She d. at Newton Mar. 18, 1870. 
Children: 

1. Elisabeth Loring Whiton, b. Dec. 18, 1847; d. Apr. 22, 

1861. 

2. Esra Thomas Jones Whiton, b. Apr. 8, 1850; m. June 

9, 1885, Charlotte M. Scott, of Wiscasset, Me. 
ix. Winslow, b. Aug. 15, 1820; d. unm. Nov. 20, 1876. 

320. X. George William, b. Apr. 10, 1822. 



160. Samuel* Loring {WiUiam^ Nathaniel^, Thomat?^ 
Thonuu^, Thonuu^)f bom at Duxbury November 3, 
1775; married November 3, 1802, Lucy, daughter of 
Isaac and Betsey (Ripley) Delano, bom July 14, 1784, 
died November 19, 1866. 

He lived at Marshfield; in 1820 his dwelling, with all 
its contents, was destroyed by fire. He was a farmer 
and a ship-caulker. 

He died at Pembroke June 20, 1853. 

Children: 

i. AbigaO Soule^ b. Dec. 1, 1805; m. at Kingiton Nov. 8, 1847, 
Peleg Barker, after 15 years courtahip; she would not 
become hia wife till he had abandoned the practioe of 
smoking tobacco. He lived till his 90tb year. 
322. ii. Ichabod Alden, b. Feb. 7, 1807. 

iii. Samuel Alden, b. Mar. 11, 1809; was killed by a fall at sea 
on his first voyage aa a sailor, in Sept., 1832. 

iv. Lttoy Delano, b. July 7, 1812; m. Henry Bailey Loring, of 
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▼. lAiira Ann, b. Feb. 19, 1815; m. Samudl Loring, Jr., of 
DiudMiry (No. 340). 

324. vi. Benjamm Ddano, b. May 16, 1817. 

325. vii. Isaac Delano, b. Apr. 18, 1820. 

161. Alden* Loring {WiUiam^ Nathaniel^ Thama^, 
Thoma^y Thomas^), bom at Duxbiuy November 16, 
1780; married September 15, 1808, Lucinda, daughter of 
Elisha and Laurentia (Hall) Bnggs, of Pembroke, bom 
December 15, 1780, died January 10, 1852* "She was of 
small stature, quite literary and a good housekeeper; 
her children generally resembled her in these respects.'^ 

They lived at Duxbury and later at Pembroke. 

He died October 21, 1861. 

Children: 

i. Lucinda Alden^ b. Aug. 5, 1809; m. Feb. 7, 1833, (His 
Bailey, deacon in the North Pariah (Unitarian) Church 
gI Andover. She d. Mar. 7, 1886; he d. May 30, 1866. 
Children: 

1. Sarah Lo;ring Bail^, b. Apr. 22, 1834; was a successful 

school teacher and writer; author of "Historical 
Sketches of Andover," pub. in 1878. She d. Sept. 
8, 1896. 

2. George Otis Baiky, b. May 24, 1836; m. at Detroit, 

Mich., July 13, 1867, Mary Ellen, dau. of Norman 
and Hannah RIanchard, b. at Naiddn, Mich., Sept. 
23,1848. Res. Skamokawa, Wash. 

3. Chariotte Osgood Baiky, b. Sept. 28» 1888; res. at 

Chicago, III. 

4. Laura Aldan Bailey, b. Mar. 1, 1841. 

5. Charles Pinckney Bailey, b. Jan. 3, 1843; m. June 15, 

1884, Rose Leonard; res. at Alameda, Cal. 

6. Hannah Rogers Baiky, b. Not. 7, 1845; res. at Den* 

ver, Cdo. 

7. John Alden Bafley, b. Oct. 15, 1849; m. Apr. 5, 1876, 

Delia Alden. 

8. Hollis Russell Bailey, b. Feb. 24, 1852; m. Feb. 12, 

1885, Mary Penis, dau. of ex-Cknr. Charies Henry 
BeD and Sarah Ahnira (Oilman), of Exeter, N. H. 
He was grad. at Harv. Univ., A Ji. in 1877, ULB. 
in 1878, A.M. in 1879. He is a lawyer in Boston, 
res. at Cambridge. Member of State Board of 
Examiners for the Bar; issued " Baiky Genealogy " 
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ii. Lftura HaD, b. June 4, 1811 ; married July 4, 1841, Thoouui B. 
Patten, of West Axneabury, a carriage maaufaeturer. 
He d. Dec. 28, 1883; she d. Sept 20, 1891. 
Children: 

1. Thomaa Hayden Patten, b. July 31, 1842; m. Dec. 26, 

1868, Mary A. Lunt, of Portland, Me.; res. at 
Merrunac. 

2. John Alden Patten, b. Dec. 26, 1843; m. Apr. 11, 1888, 

Clara E. Durant, of Lynn. He is a carriase maker 
at Lakeport, N. H. 

3. Geor8e BriggB Patten, b. May 23, 1847; m. Sept. 16, 

1886, GeoigieG.Larkin; res. at Merrunac. MMuifao* 
turer of carriase parts. 

4. A daughter, b. and d. on a day in 1864. 
826. iii. Eliaha Briggs, b. July 19, 1813. 

327. iv. William, b. Oct. 23, 1816. 

▼. Hannah Drew, b. May 21, bapt. Aug. 16, 1819; m. (1) 
Joshua Coriew; m. (2) Martin White, of Marshfield. 
Children: 

1. William Henry Coriew, b. in 1840; asoldier in the Civil 

War. 

2. Francis Augustine C<Aiew, b. in 1841; also a soldier; 

widow res. at Hanover. 

3. Charles Herbert Coriew, b. in 1847; a soldier; d. unm. 

4. Emily Coriew, d. in infancy. 

6. Louise Estelle White, b. Apr. 22, 1868; m. Oct. 31, 

1887, Wifliam N. Winter, machinist at Watertown 
Arsenal and Qiarlestown Navy Yard; res. at C. 

vi. John Alden, b. Apr. 11, 1821; was lost at sea, unm., Aug. 

20, 1843. 
vii. Elisabeth Bailey, b. July 16, 1828; m. Oct. 29, 1843, Thomas 

Elliot Poyen, of Merrimac, a carriage blacksmith, 
viii. Sophia, b. July 18^ 1826; m. at Maiden Apr. 6, 1846, John 

SKepieurd, of Pembroke. 

329. iz. Gustavus, b. Apr. 21, 1828. 

330. X. Bernard, b. Oct. 31, 1831. 

zi. Emily Bradford, b. Oct. 30, 1833; d. Dec. 12, 1834. 

162. BAiUDfT^ LoRiNG (WUUam^y NaAaniel\ Thoma^j 
ThofMu^j Thomas?) J bom at Diucbury December 10, 
1786; married February 20, 1816, Sally Pickman, daugh- 
ter of Isaac Osgood, Esq., of Andover, bom at Salem 
April 12, 1796, died July 18, 1835. She was a lady of 
rare social and intellectual endowments. 

He was graduated at Brown University in 1807; studied 



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theology under Rev. Dr. Allyn, of Duzbury. Was 
called to the pastorate of the ¥mt Church of Andover 
and was ordained there September 19, 1810. 

He was one of the liberal ministers of the day and 
his preaching is said to have been ''of uncommon sweet- 
ness of manner, convincing the judgment and moving 
the hearts of his hearers; not in a technical sense doc- 
trinal, yet decided and outspoken, identifying him 
unmistakably with the Unitarians of his time, though 
in his lat^ years with the more conservative school of 
thought.'^ He maintained his work in the pulpit and 
in the homes of his people; his health failing, he resigned 
and closed his pastorate February 27, 1850. He died 
May 5, 1860. 

The only published compositions of his are two sermons, 
bound in one pamphlet, printed in 1820; one ''Gratitude,'' 
a Thanksgiving discourse, the other a sermon on "Pro- 
fanity.'' 

Children: 

331. i. George Bailey^, b. Nov. 8, 1817. 

332. ii. Isaao Osgood, b. June 20, 1819. 

333. ill Gayton Piokman, b. Dec. 6, 1822. 

iv. John Alden, b. Aug. 16, 1824; grad. Harv. in 1843; be- 
came a lawyer in Boston, partner of William Brigham, 
Esq., some time; later by himself. Was at one time 
president of Somerset Chib; member of N. £. Hist. Gen. 
Society, 1867-72. Was betrothed to Charlotte Mackay, 
who died. He d. mmi. Feb. 11, 1898. 

168. Nathanisl* Lobing {NaihanieVj Nathaniel^ 
Thama^j Thomas*, Thomas^), bom at Pembroke, bap- 
tised May 29, 1774; married February 17, 1805, Catherine 
Smith Thomas, who died March 11, 1846. 

He was a farmer at Pembroke. He died January 16, 
1851. 

Children: 

335. i. Edward Smith^ b. Jan. 28, 1806. 
ii. Cathenne Smith, b. in 1807. 

336. iii. Henry Bail^, bapt. June 6, 1808. 



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887. iv. Nathaniel Baker, bapt. June 17, 1810. 
33&. V. Joeeph Smitht bapt. June 7, 1812. 
339. vi. baao Thomaa, bapt. Nov. 21, 1813. 

104. Daniel B.* Lorino {Nathaniel, NathanM^ 
Thamoi^f Thanuu^^ Thomas^), bom at Pembroke; married 
Jane Barotow. 

Children: 

i. Mary^, m. Weeton Rotnnflon, <rf Fairhaven. 
iL Anna B., m. Jamee Robinscm, of Fairhaven. 



166. Samttel* Lobino (SamuePf Benjamin^ Thanuuf, 
ThanuM^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury July 17, 1798; 
married October 3, 1819, Nanoy, daughter of Hon. Seth 
and Deborah (Sampson) Sprague, bom April 23, 18Q2, 
died October 13, 1847. 

He resided at Duxbury, on the ancestral lands. He 
died January 14, 1847. 

Children: 

340. i. Samuel^ b. Oct. 6, 1820. 
841. iL HarriKm, b. Oot. 25, 1822. 

iii. Seth Prague, b. Aug. 23, 1824; was adopted by his unde, 
Seth Sprague, and his history belongs to the Prague 
family. (See Genealogy.) 
iv. Julia Norris, b. Aug. 6, 1826; m. Apr. 8, 1847, Nathan 
Brewster. She d. Apr. 11, 1854. 
Children: 

1. Anna Maria Brewster, b. Apr. 7, 1848; d. Apr. 4, 1851. 

2. Emfly Loring Brewster, b. June 30, 1850. 

3. Samuel Seabory Brewster, b. May 27, 1852. 

4. JuHa Norris Brewster, b. Apr. 11, 1854; d. June 2, 

1807. 
V. Anne Maria, b. Oct 25, 1828; d. Nov. 24, 1846. 
vi. Martha, !>. Nov. 23, 1831; m. at Boston Jan. 26, 1850, 

S^vester A. Eldridge, e. 26, b. at Harwich, 
vii. Emily, b. Jan. 27, 1834; d. Nov. 30, 1846. 
viii. Prudence C, b. May 30, 1837; d. Jan. 31, 1839. 
848. ix. Charles CarroU, b. Jan. 2, 1840. 

X. Abbott, b. Feb. 15, 1844; was in druggist comminiaii bun- 
nees in New York city. He d. Sept. 3, 1901. 



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166. Jamss* Lorino {DanieP, Benjamin^ Thama^, 
Thames, Th4ma8^), born at Braintree June 18, 1780; 
married fiitst, February 23, 1806, Mary (Polly), daughter 
of Enoch and Abigail Freeman, of Duxbury, bom Decem- 
ber 29, 1779, died November 9, 1816. He married 
second, November 26, 1826, widow Ruth Delano, daugh- 
ter of Capt. Abner Dingley, of Duxbury, bom July 5| 
1786, died February 10, 1834. 

Was a deputy sheriff in 1817. Resided at Duxbtuy. 
He died at Boston January 5, 1866. 

Children: 

346. i. Daniel', b. Feb. 8, 1807. 

345aii. Judah, b. Apr. 15, 1809. 

345bjii. Barnabas Thayer, b. Nov. 8, 1811. 

iv. James Thayer, b. July 1, 1816; m. Rebeoea, dau. of James 
Denton; a provision dealer at Braintree; was drowned 
while attempting to save others Dec. 9, 1849. 

346cv. Francis, b. Dec. 29, 1827. 

167. JtJDAH^ LoRiNO (Danie^f Benjamin^ Thomw?\ 
Thama^, Thomaa^)^ bom at Braintree August 8, 1785; 
married November 9, 1817, Elizabeth Nash. 

He resided at Braintree; was a ship builder. 
He died April 16, 1877. 

Children: 

345di. Samuel CIark^ b. in 1819. 

3i5eJi. Judah Alden, b. Sept. 2, 1821. 

iii. Anna Alden, b. in 1832; d. unm. Dec. 28, 1875. 

iv. Mary, b. in 1834; m. Nov. 10, 1868, AUen W. Nash. 

168. Nathaioel W.* Lobino {Daniel^ Benjamin^ 
Thonuu^f Thanuu^f Thomas^), born at Braintree about 
1788; married March 24, 1825, Joanna Bowditch. She 
died October 16, 1872, aged 72 years and 3 months. Re- 
sided at Braintree. 

He died April 19, 1869. 

169. David* Lorinq {Solomon^ Solamon^j . Dain<p, 
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married October 8, 1780, Bethiah, daughter of Enoch 
and Joanna Whiton, bom about 1761. 

He served in the brig Independence in 1776, under 
Captain Sampeon; was he not the ''David Loring'' 
who served in the brigantine PaUaSf July 3 to August 
20, 1779, on the Penobscot expedition? (See No. 73.) 
Received a pension. He removed to Connecticut. 

Children: 

i. Hannah^ b. in 1783; m. Deo. 28» I8Q2, Jacob Pratt, of 
Weymouth; she d. Mar. 5, 1856. 
345f .ii. Enoch, b. Mar. 20, 1785. 

170. Peter* Lorino (Solomon^, Solomon^ DavUP, 
Thomas^, Tfumuu^), bom at Hingham March 25, 1760; 
married October 30, 1785, Anna, daughter of Nathan and 
Martha (Fearing) Lincoln, bom September 15, 1764, 
died March 14, 1852. 

He resided at Hingham; served six days in 1778 in 
the Revolutionary army. He was a merchant, of the 
firm of Andrews and Loring. 

He died November 12, 1830. 

Children: 

i. AbDer^ b. July 21, 1786; grad. Harv. CoU. in 1807; d. July 

18, 1814. 
iL Sally linodn, b. Apr. 6, 1788; m. July 22, 1810, John Baker. 

170a. SoLDiiON* Lorino {SoUmum^^ Solomon^ DavuP, 
Thomat^, Thomas^), bom at Hingham December 28, 1765; 
married first, January 28, 1787, Susanna Whipple, bom 
January 10, 1760, died January 11, 1814. He married 
second, March 17, 1814, Mira Sawyer, bom August 17, 
1791, died November 7, 1827. He married third, March 
23, 1828, Angelina Sawyer, bom January 21, 1794, died 
July 16, 1839. 

He served in the Revolutionary War; enlisted at 14 
years of age in Vose's raiment of the Continental army 
for three years. Served three months at West Point; 
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Received a pension in 1819 and again in 1893. Was 
mentioned also in the list of 1840. 
He settled at Liebanon, Conn. He died April 19, 1842. 

Children: 

346. i. Abner Dunbar^ b. May 8, 1815; m. (1) Apr. 12, 1840, 

Mary Ann^ dau. of Samuel Adams. He m. (2) Harriet, 
dau. of Jdm MouItoiL 

347. 11. NathanM Hart, b. Jan. 24, 1818; m. Jane Newoomb. 
iii. Susamia, b. Apr. 15, 1821. 

iv. Hannah, b. Apr. 22, 1822; m. Oct. 9, 1842, G. Henry New- 
oomb; she d. Nov. 27, 1844. 

V. Solomon Pitt, b. Aug. 6, 1823; d. Apr. 29, 1824. 

vi. Harriet, b. Dec. 2; d. Dec. 25, 182& 

vii. Sally, b. Jan. 3, 1832; m. Jan. 15, 1849, Nathaniel A. Brown, 
She d. Sept. 5, 1863. 

viii. Angelina, b. July 16, 1839; m. Ehsha B. Avery. 

171. Jonathan* Loring (/a&e^, S6loman\ Davuf^ 
Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Hingham October 11, 1758; 
married December 28, 1786, Lucy, daughter of Hawkes 
and Margaret (Lincoln) Fearing, bom October 27, 1762, 
died February 25, 1827. 

He was a farmer at Hingham. He died April 10, 1815. 

Children: 

i. Fearing^ b. Oct. 22, 1787; was a aeleotmaa in 1830; he d. 

unm. July 30, 1857. 
ii. Lucy, b. June 4, 1790; d. Oct. 16, 1791. 

348. iii. Jerome, b. Oct. 20, 1792; grad. Brown Univ. in 1813; rem. 

to Delaware. Was a auooeesfui teacher; d. early, 
iv. Lucy, b. Feb. 28, 1795; d. unm. Aug. 14, 1857. 
849. ▼. Martin, b. Mar. 15, 1798. 

350. vi. Pyam, b. Jan. 5, 1802. 

351. vii. John, b. July 10, 1805; d. unm. Aug. 25, 1876. 

172. Jeboms* LoRma (Jabez\ Solaman\ Davuf, 
Thanuu^, ThomoB^), bom at Hingham July 13, 1764; 
married Miss Hodgkins. 

Removed to Bath, Me. Was a justice of the peace; a 
rq)re8entative in 1815. 
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Children: 

i. John^ b. 1789; d. in the West Indiee. 

362. 11. Jerome C, b. in 1790; d. in 1831. 

iii. Mary, b. in 1791; m. in 1824 Samuel Thing, 

iv. Rachel, b. in 1794; d. in 1831. 

178. Laban^ Lorinq {Jabesfi^ SoUman\ DatrUP, 
Thamas*^ Thomas^), bom at Hingham September 1, 
1766; married November 30, 1790, Mary Philbrook. 

Went to Bathi Me. (or to Georgetown, near by); re- 
moved after his marriage to Danville Jimction in Auburn, 
Me. 

Children: 

L Charles D.^ b. Sept. 30, 1791; d. at St. Domingo Aug. 16, 
1819. 

354. ii. David Ripley, b. Nov. 22, 1797. 

iii. Lydia, b. Nov. 9, 1794; d. Aug. 13, 1828. 
iv. Susan Philbrook, b. Mar. 10, 1800; m. in Mar., 1837, Samuel 
H. Pickard; she d. Jan. 4, 1838. 

355. V. Samuel Pariman, b. Sept 20, 1802; d. July 30, 1832. 
vi. Mary Jane, b. Oct. 29, 1806; d. in 1808. 

174. Job* Loring (Ja6^, 8oUmon\ Daind^j Thamati^, 
Thoma8^)f bom at Hingham December 2, 1770; married 
in 1802, Desire, daughter of Sylvanus Clap, of Scituate; 
fiiie died March 18, 1838, aged 60. 

He died December 11, 1842. 

Children: 

356. i. Samuel Wbiton^ b. May 11, 1808. 

357. ii. Melatiah Clap, b. Nov. 8, 1804. Went to New Orleans, 

La., about 1844. 

358. iii. Job, b. Nov. 23, 1806. 

359. iv. Israel Lapham, b. June 24, 1809. 

V. Desire, b. Apr. 3, 1812; m. Dee. 31, 1837, Jared Whiton, of 

Hanover, 
vi. Sarah, b. July 1, 1814; m. Albert G. Wilder. 

360. vii. Abner, b. Feb. 10, 1818. 

175. EuPHALET^ LoRiNO (also written Elpalet) (Job*, 
SoUmon\ Davi^, Thomat^, Thomas^), bom at Hing^^m 



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July 3, 1774; married May 12, 1799, Susanna, daughter 
of Isaiah Wilder, bom February 26, 1780, died May 14, 
1857. 

He was a farmer and tanner in Hingham. Became a 
large landholder, director in banks, etc. 

He died December 20, 1852. 

Children: 

361. L Eno6^ b. June 20, 1799. 

ii. Susan, b. Aug. 90, 1801 ; m. June 23, 1822, John M. Dunbar; 
she d. Dec. 29, 1879. 

iiL Alfred, b. Nov. 6, 1802; d. Jan. 7, 1807. 

iv. Harriet, b. Dec. 27, 1803; m. Dec. 6, 1820, Adam Gushing. 

T. Jane, b. Aug. 21, 1805; m. Dec. 19, 1821, George Lincoln; 
George Lincoln, Jr., the excellent genealogist who com- 
piled the genealogical part of the " Histoiy of Hingham,'' 
waa their son. 
361a.vi. Alfred, b. Apr. 19, 1807; m. at Hanover Nov. 18, 1827^ 
Elizabeth, dau. of Dr. David Bailey, of Hanover. She 
d. Aug. 2, 1887, ffi. 77 y., 2 m., 9 d. He was a tanner and 
farmer; d., B.p., July 3, 1884. 

vu. Lydia, b. Apr. 4, 1809; d. May 13, 1810. 

viii. Lydia, b. Mar. 1, 1811; m. John Mulford, of Quincy; she d. 
Nov. 20, 1883. 
302. iz. Albert, b. Jan. 28, 1813. 

X. Hannah, b. May 21, 1816; m. Gyrus Goss; d. Mar. 12, 18S4. 

zi. Lucy Lane, b. Sept. 14, 1817; m. Dec. 13, 1840, Solomon J. 
Beal; she d. Mar. 20, 1848. 

xii. and xiii, infants who d. very soon. 

176. David* Lorino (Otis^ David*, DatritP, Thomas^, 
Thomas^), bom at Barnstable May 1, 1756; married 
May 23, 1782, widow Mary (Crosby) Gray; she died 
August 10, 1837. 

Was a soldier in Captain Lewis' company at Falmouth 
September 6, 1778; enlisted again August 12, 1780, and 
served till October 30, 1780, at Rhode Island. Regiment 
detached to serve the Continental army for three months. 
Had a pension. He died February 10, 1838. 

Children: 

i. SaUy^ b. m 1783. 
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364. iii. Elisha, b. in 1788; bapt. Nov. 7, 1790. 

365. iv. David, bi4>t. Mar. 15, 1792. 

V. Hannah Gorham, bapt. May 17, 1794; d. Sept. 23, 1795. 

177. Eliphalbt* Lorino (OftJs*, Dauid^^ DairUP, 
Thomas^, Th(ma8^), bom at Barnstable March 13, 1767; 
married in 1792 Mercy Weeks, 

He died in 1798. 

Children: 

366a. i. Oti8^ b. in 1794. 

ii. Mercy, b. in 1796; m. Mr. Hallett 

178. Edward^ Lobing (OHt^, Datnd^, Davi^, Thomat^, 
Thomas^) f bom at Barnstable April 8, 1788; married 
first, November 29, 1799, Phebe Thacher; she died 
August 29, 1845* He married second, February 19, 
1848, Mrs. Susan Y. Norris, aged 45. 

Children: 

366. i. OtiB^ b. in Aug., 1800. 

ii. Sarah H., b. in July, 1802; d. unm., July 12, 1849. 

367. iii. Eliflha Thacher, b. July 12, 1804. 
iv. Martha T., b. and d. in 1806. 

V. Martha T., b. Dec. 6, 1807; m. in 1830 Genhom Cknienti» 
of Quinpy. 

vi. Betsey T., b. Feb. 27, 1810; m. in 1834, Joshua Chamberlain. 

viL Lucretia, b. Aug. 7, 1813; m. Christopher Taylor, of Chat- 
ham. 

viii. Edward T., b. July 2, 1812; d. soon. 

368. ix. Edward T., b. Sept. 15, 1814. 
368a.x. Allen T., b. Sept. 6, 1817. 

xi. Eleanor, b. Mar. 27, 1819; m. Mar. 15, 1840, Frederick 
Lewis, of Barnstable. 

369. xii. Charles, b. May 17, 1820. 

370. xiii. Bfflton J., b. June 25, 1821. 

371. xiv. RusseU, b. Mar. 12, 1824. 

178a. SuFHALEi^ LoBiNO (EKphaJefif Davids, DwUP^ 
Thanuu^f Thamaa^)^ bom at Barnstable September 15, 
1765; married (Maria or) Lydia Scudder. 

Children: 

372. i. William^ b. Jan. 9, 1802: 

373. iL Russell. 



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179. David' Loring (Joshua^ Damd^, DamdP, Thomas^, 
Thomas^), bom November 8, 1784; married at New 
York September 6, 1806, Maria Lowey, of New York city. 

He removed in October, 1814, from New York city 
to Cincinnati, O., then a small village, and did a great 
deal toward the improvement of that city with fine 
buildings; was the owner of the Cincinnati Hotel, a director 
in banks and prominent in affairs g^ierally. He credited 
his wife with vast help in his bearing reverses and making 
good movements, through her cheerfulness and eflficiency 
in her special duties. 

He died January 22, 1849; his death was the result 
of exposure during the flood of 1848. 

Children: 

i. Sftrah Bloasom^ b. Aug. 7, 1807; m. Feb. 12, 1828, Qtorffi 
CariiaKe, of Walpole, N. H., afterward of CiiiciiiDati, O. 
Children, all bom at Ciiiciiiiiati, O.: 

1. George Loring Carliaie, b. Feb. 13, 1829; d. Apr. 19, 

1832. 

2. Maria Rebecca Carlisle, b. June 20, 1830; m. Dr. C. E. 

Brown-Sequard, of Paris, !FYanoe, ftfar. 14, 1874; 
she d. May 23, 1874. 

3. John Carlisle, b. Jan. 20, 1833; m. Not. 8, 18S5, Isabel 

WilMUL 

4. Susan Jane Cariisle, b. July 20, 1837; m. Aiv. 4, 1861, 

Manton E. Lord. 

5. George Willie Carlisle, b. Sept. 12, 1839. 

6. Fanny Carlisle, b. Oct. 28, 1841; m. Oct. 16, 1867, 

Charles Mendenhall. 

7. Clara Gregory Carlisle, b. Oct. 1, 1846; d. July 21, 1884. 

8. Florence Carlisle, b. June 17, 1849; m. June 10, 1884, 

James R. Murdock. Res. at Urbana, O. 

iL James Lowey, b. June 23, 1809. He sailed from New York 
for San Francisco, Cal., with merchandise Nov. 22, 1848, 
and returned to New York in June, 1849. He built a 
steamer at New Orleans, La., for Calif<»iiia trade; pre- 
pared a map of the gold fields. He was wredced at the 
mouth of the Columbia river, and took up land in what 
is now East Portland, Ore. 

iii. Jane Wheeler, b. June 29, 1811. 

iv. Susan Maria, b. Dec. 10, 1813; m. John T. Rinsdale, of 
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y. Harriet Wheder, b, (with two others that d. at birth) Nov. 

10, 1816; m. Danid W. C!orwin of Cincumati. 
viii. Mary, b. May 10, 1819; m. Milo G. Williama. 
ix. ElLsa Bloflsom, b. Oct. 29, 1821; m. Chariea It Anderson. 
X. David, b. Sept. 5, 1824. 
zi. Georgiana, b. Feb. 23, 1827. 
xii. Eliphalet (Elpalet), b. Dec. 19, 1831. 

180. Eluah* Lobino {Abner*, David\ DaMP, Thomas\ 
ThomM^), bom at Barnstable in 1775; nutnied first, in 
1803, Ruth linnell. He married second, Abby Marchant. 
He married third, in 1815, Hannah Hinckley. 

Children: 

377. i. Elijah^ b. May 9, 1805. 

378. ii. William, b. in Nov., 1808. 

379. iiL Eliphalet, b. in Apr., 1810. 

iv. Adeline (of second ?rife), b. in 1815; m. Benjamin Hinckley. 

182. Joshua* Lorinq {Ahntt^y Dairid\ Daind^, Thomas^ 
Thofna8^)t bom at Bamstable in 1784; married first, 
November 20, 1804, Mary Eldridge. . He married second 
Bethiah, daughter of John and Lydia Hinckley; she died 
August 2, 1874, aged 83 years, 6 months. 

^'Captain Joiahua Loring seined in Barnstable harbor 
at one haul over six hundred bass, more than a himdred 
of which were of unusually large size/' {Barnstable 
Patriot, June, 1846.) 

Children: 

i. Henry^ b. Sept. 2, 1805; d. in 1829. 

ii. Bethany, b. in July, d. in Pec. 1807. 

iii. Joaeph, b. Feb. 7, 1809; d. m Mar., 1811. 

iv. Mary, b. May 16, 1812; m. May 2, 1835, C^>t. Ephraim 

Eldridge. 

V. Joseph, b. Mar. 27, 1814; d. Feb. 2, 1815. 

vi. Ruth, b. Nov. 19, 1816; d. July 9, 1835. 

380.vii. Joeeidi H. J., b. Feb. 14, 1830. 

IBS. Ignatius* LoRmo {Ignatius*, Ignatius^, CdleV, 
Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Plympton December 26, 
1755; married November 27, 1776, Abigail Soule. 



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He served in 1775 in Colonel Cotton's r^jiment; in 
Captain Simpson's detachment of Brigadier-General Cush- 
ing's troops in Rhode Island, in 1777; in 1781 he was 
a captain under General Putnam to join Washington's 
army, three months' service. 

He lived at Halifax, Mass., some time, then at Fal- 
mouth (Portland, Me.)- 

Children: 

i. Sarah^ b. May 20, 1777; m. (1) William Shaw; m. (2) 

Joseph Fowler, of Portland, Me. 
ii. Abigail, b. July 23, 1779; ixl Capt. James CkKhnan, of Port- 
land, Me. 
iii. Earl, b. Dec. 22, 1781 ; d. in the West Indies, 
iv. Jane, b. July 9, 1785; m. Thomas Beck. 
V. John, b. in Apr., 1788; d. in 1808. 
381. vi. GeOTge, b. Oct. 3, 1790. 

Yii Nancy (probably belongs here). 

185. Jacob^ Lorinq {Ignatius, Ignativ^^ CtUeV^ 
Thomas^y Thafnaa^)^ bom at Plympton February 14, 
1762; married September 27, 1784, Lydia, daughter of 
John Tillson, Esq., of Halifax, Mass. She died July 29, 
1846, aged 85. 

He enlisted from Halifax January 1, 1778, in Captain 
Cini;is^ company of Colonel Jacobs' raiment and served 
till January 1, 1779. 

He served in Capt. Daniel Shay's company in the 
Continental army six months in 1780. (N.B. This was 
before "Shay's Rebellion" which was after the close of 
the war.) Age, 19; ''stature, 5 feet, 8 inches; complexion 
dark." He was a corporal in Captain White's company 
of Col. Enoch Putnam's regiment, when it marchc^i to 
West Point in 1781. Service, Continental, 3 months, 
14 days, including 10 days (200 miles) travel home. 

He died at Halifax, Mass., July 4, 1813. 

Children: 

385. i. Jonathan^ b. Feb. 22, 1785. 
ii. Heman, b. Sept. 17, 1786. 
iiL Peres, b. in Dec., 1788. 



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iv. Luey, b. May 8, 1793. 

V. Sarah, b. Sept. 25, 17d5. 

vi. Fanny, b. Aug. 27, 1803. 

vii. Robert, b. in July, 1806. 

186. Leyi* Lorino (Ignatiu^j Ignatius, CaleV^ 
Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Plympton May 16, 1768; 
married September 13, 1789, Rachel, daughter of Capt. 
John Standish, of Halifax, Mass.; she died at Great 
Barrington April 14, 1858, aged 88 years, 11 months and 14 
days. 

He died at Great Barrington January 15, 1846. 

Children: 

387. i. CaleV. 

ii. Rebecca, m. Edwin Shears. 

iii. Sophia, m. Hampton Savage, of Sheffield. 

iv. Sabrina, m. Jan. 6, 1824, Lorenxo Kellogg. 

388. V. Ahnon IgnatiuB, b. Oct. 10, 1797. 



187. Calvin^ Lorinq {IgnaHu^^ IgnaJHv^^ CaleV, 
Thomat^, Thtmatf), bom at Plympton October 20, 1771; 
married Hannah Bearse, of She£5ield, daughter of Austin 
Bradford, of Plympton. 

He settled at Yorktown, N. Y. Was cometist of a 
cavalry troop from Coliunbia Coimty, N. Y., as reported 
in the "MiUtary Papers" of New York, 1807-1817, Vol. 
I, p. 173. 

Children: 

L JosephuB Bradford^, m. in 1814 Helen Johnson, of New 

York city. •' No chfldren." 
ii. Jane, 
iii. Bathaheba. 

188. PoLTCARPUS* LoRiNQ {Ignoiiv^^ Ignatius^y CaleV, 
Thomas^ Thomasf)^ bom at Plympton June 8, 1780; mar- 
ried Hannah Austin, of She£5ield. 

Mrs. Hannah Loring, daughter of Titus and Hannah 
(Thorp) died at Sheffield March 8, 1863, aged 78. 



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188. Isaac* Loring {Ignatiu^^ Ignativ^^ Caleh^j 
Thomas^, Thomas^), born at Plympton June 8, 1780; 
married Caroline (Cornelia) Owen, of Sheffield, daughter 
of Minor and Christiana Owen; she died March 24, 1857. 

Children: 

391. i. Minor^ b. in 1803. 

382. ii. Giles A., b. Feb. 4, 1805. 

303. iii. Chester A. 

iv. Marda. 

V. ChristiaDa, b. in 1805; d. unm., Nov. 26, 1883. 

190. John* Lorino (/ames*, John\ Calebs, Thomax^, 
Thomatf)^ bom at Bridgewater in 1770; married Septem- 
ber 30, 1794, Jeanette, daughter of Joshua Barrell, Esq., 
of Bridgewater. 

He settled first in Turner, Me., and in 1805 removed 
to Buckfield, an adjoining town. Was a justice of the 
peace, a prominent citizen. (See '' History of Buckfield.'') 

Children: 

397. i. Ludus', m. Sarah Long; was a XDerchant. 
ii. Jeanette, m. Judge Emery. 

iii. Vesta, m. James Jewett. 

191. Laban^ Lorino (/ames*, John^j CaUh,^ Thonuu^^ 
Thomas^), bom at Bridgewater in 1776; married Clara 
Belden. 

Settled at Hatfield. 

Children: 

398. i. Samuel^ settled in Vermont. 

399. ii. James, m. Saaan Steward. A canal agent at Buffalo, N. Y. 

400. iii. Boddphus, m. in Oneida oo., N. Y. 

401. iv. Harrison, of Cincinnati, 0. 
401a.v. John, m. in Pittsburgh, Pa. 

192. Jambs* Lorino {Jame^^ John\ CaleV^ Thomas^^ 
Thamas^)^ bom at Bridjgewater in 1777; married first, 
November 27, 1800, Mercy, daughter of Ezra Warren. 



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He married second, June 4, 1809, Jeanette, daughter of 
Amos Whitman. 

Was a sailor in early years; afterward a fanner. Resi- 
dence North Bridgewater. He died December 22, 1842. 

Children: 

i. Luciu8\ b. Jan. 13, d. July 17, 1811. 
ii. Vaflhti, b. Apr. 27, 1814; m. John Poole, of Randolph. 
402. iii. Adoniram Judaon, b. Apr. 20, 1820. 

iv. Simeon, b. about 1822; went to San Francisco, Cal., in 

1850; was in ike express business. Visited the East 

twice. Not heard from since 1866. 



193. Thomas* Lobing {NaOianiel T^, John\ Cale¥, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Spencer April 6, 1779; 
married first, November 28, 1799, AbigaU Wood, who 
died July 9, 1802, aged 26. He married second, Septem- 
ber 27, 1803, Chloe, daughter of John and Rebecca 
(Muzzy) Draper, who died Jime 20, 1864, aged 87 years, 
7 months and 2 days. 

He died May 10, 1805. 

Children: 

403. i. Simeon Wood^ b. Feb. 23, 1800. 

ii. Abigail, b. June 20, 1802; m. June 24, 1824, Nathaniel L. 
Muisey, of Maine. 

404. iii. Lucius Augustine (Augustine L.), b. Oct. 11, 1804. 



194. Daniel* Lobino {Nathaniel ^.^ John\ CaleV, 
Thonuu^j Thomas^), bom at Spencer June 24, 1780; 
married Matilda Pitts, of Statesburg, Sumter Coimty, 
S. C, and settled at Cahaba, Dallas County, Ala. 

He died about August 10, 1821, and the widow married 
second Colonel Lane, of Mobile, Ala., and after his death 
she married third Lamb Davis, of South Carolina. 

Children: 

i. Theod<Mne^ d. at 6 years ot age. 
404aiL Luchis Pitts, b. Jan 10, 1821. 



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190. JoasFH^ LoBiNQ {Nathaniel T.\ John\ Calebs, 
Thoma^f Thamaa^)^ born at Spencer October 16| 1785; 
went south about t^e same time as his brother Danid. 
He married and had two children. Resided in Alabama. 
Went to Cuba for his health, but died on the returning 
voyage April 14, 1821. 

We have no particulars of his family. 

196. John* Lonma {Nathaniel T.\ John\ CaleV, 
Thomas^^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Spencer December 10, 1795; 
married first, May 28, 1827, Eliza Ajres. She died 
January 26, 1837, aged 31. He married second, March 
12, 1839, Clarinda, daughter of Jason and Abigail (Wether- 
bee) Reed, who died November 27, 1884, aged 77 years, 
11 months and 23 days. 

He settled in Leicester. He died October 3, 1878. 

Children: 
i. Sarah Eli2abeth^ b.' Mar. 1, 1828; m. Apr. 28, 18S2, Oeorss 

B. Moore, of Sutton. 
iL CaroUne Maria, b. Aug. 12, 1829; d. unm. Nov. 16, 1854. 
405. iii. George Augustus, b. Mar. 2, 1831. 

hr. Mary Ann, b. June 28, 1838; m. Apr. 3, 1864, MHo Butler. 

V. Albert Leroy, b. Apr. 10, 1842; d. Apr. 0, 1846. 

vi. Eldora, b. June 22, 1845; d. Feb. 10, 1808. 

vii. Abbie Louisa, m. Apr. 19, 1870, George E. Sibby, of Spoioer. 

198. Hbnby* LoEiNa {DanieP, John\ CaleV, Thomas^, 
Thomas^) 9 bom in 1794; married Charlotte Hay, of Bos- 
ton, dat^ter of Edmund and Rebecca (Godfrey) Hi^y; 
she died April 3, 1884, aged 85 years, 7 months and 22 
days. 

He resided at Boston. Owned land and buildings on 
Purchase Street. He died December 4, 1845, and his 
widow administered on his estate. 

Children: 
L Bebeoea^ m. Nov., 1847, William Hay. 
IL Harriet Franoea, b. Oct. 28, 1821; d. unm., at Newton Oct. 

6, 1912. 
iiL Cbailotte, m. in 1846 Mark Manning, 
iv. Eupbemia I., b. Dec. 3, 1830; d. unm. Apr. 28, 1912. 



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199. Fbiend* Lobino {B$ekie?, ThomM^, Cal^, 
Thanuu^, Thomas^), bom at Plympton September 19, 
1780; married first, March 12, 1809, Rhoda Moody; she 
was bom December 23, 1786, died October 16, 1824. 
He married second, December 24, 1826) Mrs. Elisabeth 
Bicknell, of Harwich. 

He was an architect; he settled at Portland, Me. He 
died September 22, 1829. 

Children: 

i. Nancy^ b. Deo. 10, 1809; m. Jan. 3, 1826, William R. 
Goulding; lived in New York. He d. at Washington, 
D. C, May 11, 1865; she d. at New York Aug. 24, 1880; 
both bur. at Stockport, N. Y. 
Chfld: 

Caroline Goulding, b. Aug. 7, 1843. 
iL Harriet, b. Sept. 8, 1811; m. (1) Simeon Huss^ Purinton; 
res. Falmouth, Me. He d. June 14, 1846; she m. (2) 
George Huss^ Purinton. 
Children: 

1. George Henry Purinton, b. ^r. 21, 1832; m. Sarah 

Pride Wilson. 

2. Mary Elisabeth Purinton, b. Oct 9, 1835; m. Nathaniel 

Wilson Lei^ton; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. 

3. Rebecca Frances Purinton, b. Apr. 27, 1842; m. Alfred 

Cottsens; res. at Menrimac 

4. IVederick Augustus Purinton, b. Apr. 9, 1849; m. 

Jessie Davis. 
6. Willis Alfred Purinton, b. Nov. 17, 1853; m. Jennie 
Davis, 
iii. Mary Jane, b. Apr. 5, 1813 ; m. in Oct., 1833, diver Hodgdon 
Davis. 
Children! 

1. Harriet Purinton Davis, b. in May, 1836. 

2. Martha Adams Davis, b. in Oct., 1838; m. William 

Wallace Colby. 

3. Fannie Howell Davis, b. in Nov., 1842; m. Henry 

Lewis Sturtevant. 

4. Horace Melville Davis, b. in Nov., 1846; m. Elinor 

Munsey Griffin, 
iv. Zereda Tuxbury, b. Jan. 10, 1815; m. John Caster; res. at 
New York city. He d. Nov. 28, 1864; shed. Nov. 24, 1881. 
Children: 
1. William Henry Caster, b. Apr. 20, 1883; d. Sept 21, 
1839. 



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2. Zereda Ann Caster, b. Feb. 20, 1835; d. Aug. 12, 1851. 

3. Eliaabeth Jane Caster, b. Mar. 18, 1837; d. Apr. 16, 

1896. 

4. Harriet Rose Caster, b. Dec. 6, 1838. 

5. John Henry Caster, b. Mar. 27, 1840; d. Aug. 28, 1841. 

6. Edward Aug. Caster, b. May 17, 1843; d. June 16, 1899. 

7. James Loring Caster, b. Apr. 28, 1845; d. Apr. 8, 1896. 

8. William Goulding Caster, b. Feb. 12, 1847. 
^ 9. John Henry Caster, b. Sept. 12, 1849. 

10. Robert Erwin Caster, b. Oct. 13, 1851 ; d. Dec. 19, 1852. 

11. Alfred Erwin Caster, b. Nov. 2, 1858. 

12. Abram Beekman Caster, b. Jan. 21, 1857. 
407. ▼. George, b. May 14, 1816. 

vi. Elisabeth Moody, b. Jan. 1, 1818; m. July 16, 1838, Major 
Pickett; she d. May 25, 1879; he d. Aug., 1892. Res. 
Portland, Me. 

Children: 

1. James Edward Fickett, b. Apr. 29, 1839; m. Hden 

Maria Cheuery. 

2. Geoi|^ Loring Fickett, b. Apr. 4, 1843; d. Sept. 26, 

1868. 

3. Adelaide Elisabeth Fickett, b. Dec. 8, 1845; d. Aug. 5, 

1870. 
vii. Apphia Moody, b. Sept. 18, 1819; m. Mar. 24, 1843, Loring 
Moody; res. at Maiden. He was b. at Orleans; was a 
lecturer and writer; he d. Feb. 24, 1883; she d. May 24, 
1888. 

ChiUien: 

1. Henry Lmng Moody, b. Aug. 30, 1844; m. Dec. 25, 

1874, Annie M. (Dennett) Shedd. A librarian. 

2. Sarah Frances Moody, b. Mar. 25, 1847; m. Mar. 25, 

1867, Albert F. Saigent, civil engineer^ res. Maiden, 
viii. Beta^ Moody, b. Apr. 23, 1821; m. Sept. 9, 1842, Thomas 
White Harris, of Portland and New Gloucester, Me.; he 
was a soldier in the Union army in the sixties. After the 
war they lived at Maysville Center, Aroostook County, 
Me. He d. May 3, 1880; she d. Aug. 19, 1885. 
Children: 

1. Charles Louville Harris, b. July 27, 1843; m. Abbie 

Adelia Moody at Perham, Me., May 19, 1867. 

2. Arthur Thomas Harris, b. Nov. 20, 1848; m. Dec. 1, 

1875, Margaret Hoffinan. 

3. Netta Chase Harris, b. June 17, 1852; m. Jan. 1, 1878, 

Isaac W. Clark. 

4. Lillian Cammetto Harris, b. Oct. 3, 1854; m. Mar. 2, 

1874, Job Knight Pike. 



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5. Melville Loring Harris, b. June 4, 1861; m. Jan. 13, 
1887, Sophia McNelly; res. MaysviUe, Me. 
407a.ix. Jamee H. H., b. Jan. 7, 1823. 
407b.x. Martin B., b. Nov. 28, 1826. 
xi. Edward, b. Feb. 11, 1829. 

200. EzBKiEL* Loring {Ezekiel^, Thoma^, CaleV, 
Thomat^y Thomas^), bom at Plympton November 23, 
1786; married in 1807 Lydia, daughter of Elijah Sherman; 
she died September 19, 1863, aged 77 years, 11 months 
and 20 days. 

He was a farmer at Plympton some years; he and his 
wife members of the church. He was at one time master 
of a packet. He removed to Homer, N. Y., and had 
a sawmill; it was burned and, having no insurance, he 
became bankrupt; was lame and infirm during his last 
days. He died at Plymouth June 26, 1876. 

Children: 

408. i. Seth Lewi8^ b. Feb. 20, 1809. 

ii. Mary Ann, b. May 8, 1811 ; m. in 1832 Oliver Churchill, Jr. 
Children: 

1. Iliomaa Loring Churchill, b. Apr. 3, 1834; m. Dec. 

15, 1864, Helen Head Briggs; res. at Chebea. 

2. James Oliver Churchill, b. July 15, 1835; m. Oct. 18, 

1865, Ada Henderson Van Valsah; res. St. Louis, 
Mo. He had a fine record for service in the Civil 
War. 

409. iii. Thomas B., b. July 24, 1813. 

iv. Clintha, b. Oct. 11, 1815; m. Jan. 11, 1858, William Lewis 
Bradford; res. at Homer, N. Y. She d. May 5, 1863; he 
d. Oct. 26, 1894. 
Children: 

1. Mercy Samson Bradford, b. Mar. 19, 1840; m. Nov. 

20, 1861, Martin van Buren Chafee. 

2. Mary Ann Bradford, b. Sept. 20, 1841; m. Aug. 13, 

1867, Robert Seaiie; res. at Hammond, Wis. 

3. William Lewis Bradford, b. Aug. 19, 1845; m. (1) Mar. 

1, 1874, Mary Hannah Fern, who d. Jan. 24, 1876; 
he m. (2) Mar. 11, 1884, Esther Elisa Wentworth. 

4. Gecffge Williams Bradford, b. Aug. 30, 1848; d. Apr. 

6,1863. 

5. Loring KimbaU Bradford, b. June 14, 1851; a school 

teacher; he d. Mar. 2, 1884. 



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V. LydiA Shennaiiy b. Aug. 4, 1818; m. June 18, 1843, Theron 
Plumb Curtis. He was a railway postal derk; d. at San 
Antonio, Tex., Oct. 9, 1861. She d. Nov. 1, 1888. 
Children: 

1. Maria Louise Curtis, b. Aug. 4, 1844; m. Jan. 7, 1864, 

Oilbert Birdsley Hathaway; she d. at Baa Antonio, 
Tex., Dec. 3, 1865. 

2. James Theron Curtis, b. May 30, 1846; d. Jan. 1, 1848. 

3. Mary Eveline Curtis, b. Nov. 15, 1848; m. May 23, 

1866, Gilbert Birdsley Hathaway. 

4. Theron Palmer Curtis, b. May 25, 1851. 

5. Charles Thomas Curtis, b. Jan. 17, 1868. 

6. Laura Ann Curtis, b. Nov. 15, 1855; d. May 14, 1857. 
vi. John Thomas, b. Aug. 17, 1821; d. in 1823. 

vii. Maria Morton, b. Aug. 19, 1824; m. Mar. 7, 1843, James T. 
Brastow. She d. at Haverhill Sept. 14, 1846. 
Children: 

1. William Henry Brastow, b. Jan. 14, d. June 28, 1845. 

2. Frank L. Brastow, b. May 5, 1846. 

viiL Eveline Kimball, b. May 1, 1828; m. Nov. 28, 1853, Albert 
Gallatin Burr (his second wife); res. at Cortland, N. Y. 
No children. 



200a. William^ Lorinq {WiUiam^, Thamag^, Cakb\ 
Thomat^^ Thomas^), bom May 9, 1771; married February 
22, 1794y Hannah Snell, of Bridgewater, whose parents 
removed to Turner^ Me., along with his own; she was 
bom October 3, 1770; died March 14, 1861. Resided 
at Tumeri Me. He was a farmer; on the school com- 
mittee in 1800. 

He died December 6, 1866. 

CMdren: 

L Joseph', b. Oct. 18, 1705; d. Feb. 2, 1797. 
400a. iL Caleb, b. Mar. 19, 1798. 
409b. iii. William, b. Nov. 30, 1800. 

iT. LydiA, b. Jan. 28, 1805; d. unm. Mar. 4, 1827. 
409c. ▼. Beth, b. Apr. 3, 1807. 

vi. Betfl^, b. Deo. 2, 1809; d. unm. Dec. 13, 1832. 
vii. Lucy, b. Sept. 8, 1812; m, Joseph Hutchinson, of Turner, 
Me.; she d. July 2, 1836. 
Child: 

Lucy A. Hutchinson, m. (1) George Verrill; m. (2) 
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201. JoHN^ LoRiNG (Joaeph^f Jaaeph^y Joaeph^y Jdhn\ 
Thomas^) y bom at Lexington January 28, 1742-3; married 
January 8, 1764, Elizabeth, daughter of Israel and 
Elizabeth Howe, of Concord, bom November 12, 1744. 

They were admitted to the church of Lancaster October 
6, 1765. He Uved in that part of Lancaster which was 
later set off and incorporated as Sterling. They sold, 
June 27, 1796, land in Brookfield which had been set 
off to her mother from her father's estate. He served 
in Sawyer's company of Colonel Dike's regiment Dec^n- 
ber 14, 1776, to March 1, 1777. Also in Capt. Phillip 
Thomas' company of Colonel Marshall's r^;iment of 
artillery from 1777 to 1779. 

He was a deacon in the church. Mrs. Loring died 
April 6, 1820; he died August 17, 1824. 

October 28, 1823, he signed his will, and October 5 
it was proved. In it he gave to his daughter Lucy 
Brooks $10 in addition to what she had already received 
in 1789; to son Joseph Loring $15 in addition to what 
he received in the year 1792; to son John Loring $20 in 
addition to what he received in the year 1793, and '' my 
silver tankard "; to son Jonathan Loring $20 in addition 
to what he received in the year 1799; to son Jonas Loring 
$40 in addition to what he received in the year 1803; 
to daughter Polly Allen $10 in addition to what she 
received in the year 1804; to dau^ter Lydia Loring 
certain privileges in the house for her occupation and 
provision for her support, and $50; to son Daniel Loring 
all farm tools, pew in the church, ''up stairs," and all 
the real estate except certain specifications; the house- 
hold furniture, notes, etc., to be divided between the eight 
children. 



Children: 




i. 


Luoy*. b. May 24, 1765; m. Ammi Brooks. 


410. 


ii. 


JoMph, b. July 19, 1768. 


411. 


iii. 


John, b. Sept. 7, 1770. 


412. 


iv. 


Jonathan, b. Jan. 20, 1773. 


413. 


▼. 


JcHua, b. Mar. 13, 1775. 


414. 


vi. 


Daniel, b. Nov. 27, 1777. 



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vii. EaiBabeth(Beiaey),b.Mar.l3,1780;d.Apr.24,1800. 
viii. Mary (PoUyX b. May 16, 1782; m. (int. at Northborough 

Oct. 12, 1804) Loring Allen, of N. 
iz. Rebecca (Becky), b. June 9, 1784; d. Oct. 13, 1786. 
X. Lydia, b. June 3, 1786; lived at the homoBtead; d. unm. 

Oct. 29, 1858. 

202. JosBPH* LoRiNQ {Josephfj Joseph^, Joaeph*^ John\ 
Thoma^), bom at Lexington December 27| 1747; married 
November 26, 1772, Elizabeth (Betty), daujjiter of 
Walter and Dorothy (Danforth) Pollard, of Bedford, 
bom November 12, 1750. 

He was a member of the company of militia that 
repulsed the British April 19, 1775; was of Captain 
Edes' company in Colonel Mansfield's regiment of artil- 
lery in 1776; also a corporal of marines on the ship BosUmf 
twenty-four guns, Commodore Tucker, which captured 
several prizes in 1779; was chased into Charieston Harbor 
in 1780 and officers and crew imprisoned, threatened with 
starvation unless they consented to serve the king, but 
were allowed to make their way home on foot. His 
clium for services was allowed in 1780. In 1786 he was 
in the Lexington company in the suppression of Shay's 
Rebellion. Received a pension in 1823. He died in 
1839. 

Children: 

L Eli2abeth^ b. Apr. 5, 1774; m. Nov. 8, 1796, Abel Smith 
of Rindge, N. H. 

415. ii. John Hancock, b. Nov. 24, 1775. 

iiL Lydia, b. Feb. 8, 1779; m. Col. Peter Harrington, of Marble- 
head. 

hr. Thomas, b. Feb. 15, 1782; d. unm. 

▼. Susan, b. June 80, 1784; m. in 1804 Nathan Munroe, of 
Concord. (See Parker Genealogy.) 

Ti. PoDy, bapt. Nov. 22, 1789. 

416. viL Joseph, bapt. Aug. 12, 1792. 

203. Jonathan^ Lorino {Joseph^, Jo9ejA\ Jo9eph\ 
John?, Thcmat?), bom at Lexington February 7, 1749; 
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Hoar. Mrs. Loring, aged 62, died October 22, 1809. 
He married secondi February 13, 1812, Hannah, daughter 
of William Reed, widow of James Danforth. 

He was one of three young men of Lexington who were 
arrested by a scouting party of British on the evening 
of April 18, 1775, as they were riding on the road between 
Lexington and Concord; they were held from ten o'clock 
till two in the morning of the m'neteenth, the British 
trying to learn whether guards were posted at the maga- 
rine at Concord, whether the bridges were up, etc.; 
the scouts also captured Paul Revere, who had been to 
inform Adams and Hancock and the rest of the intended 
attack; finally took them toward Lexington and stopped 
when they found, as Loring told themi that the bell of the 
meetmghouse was ringing, and ''The town is alarmed and 
you will all be dead men/' he added. So, after cutting 
the bridles and girths of the horses so that they could 
not be used, they let the prisoners go and ''rode on a 
smart trot to Boston*" The troops iEurived at Lexington 
in force soon afterward, and the day of strife began 
openly, with the shedding of blood and the awakaiing of 
the whole country. 

Jonathan Loring was also in the battle of Ticonderoga 
and in other service. He received a pension. He settled 
at Mason, N. H. 

Children: 

i. Jjoffy', bapt. Oct. 8, 1786; m. Dec 27, 1813, Levi Baxter, 
ii. Rhoda, bapt. Oct. 8, 1786; m. Sept 20, 1807, William Evana, 

atWaltham. 
ill. PoUy, bapt. Nov. 22, 1789; d. May 17, 1821. 
iv. Joshua, bapt. Nov. 11, 1792; d. without lasue. 
417. V. Thomaa, bapt. Oct. 23, 1796. 

908a. Joshua* Lobing (Joshua^^ Nehemiah\ Joseph^ 
John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston December 23, 1745; 
married in June, 1773, Elizabeth Bliss of Springfield. 
She survived him, and died June 11, 1811. 

He was a shopkeeper; removed to Springfield; died 
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to hiB widow, his '' oldest son Henry" and ''his other 
two children." 

Children: 

i. Henry^. 

ii. Joshua, b. in 1779; an apothecary; d. at Sprizigfidd, unm., 

Aug. 28, 1864, ». 85. 
iiL Another child. 

20Sb. Thomas* Loring {Jashua^f Nehemiah^ Joseph^f 
John\ Thomas^) f bom at Boston June 26, 1747; married 
May 25, 1769, Mary Brown. 

He was a tailor; lived in Boston. He died February 
4, 1781. 

Children: 

i. Mary^ b. in 1770. 

ii. Thomas, b. in 1772. 

iiL Warren, b. in 1776. 

417a.iv. Jofihua, b. Nov. 1, 1780. 

204. Joshua* Loring (/osAua*, Joskua\ Joseph^ ^ Johnny 
Thoma8^)j bom at Roxbiury November 1, 1744; married 
October 19, 1769, Elizabeth, daughter of Nathaniel Lloyd, 
Esq. She survived her husband and received a pension. 

He was appointed high sheriff of Suffolk County 
April 24, 1775, and approved of the massacres. Went 
to New York with the British after the evacuation of 
Boston; was commissary of prisoners; was shaiply criti- 
cised by American army officers; was perhaps merely 
carrying out instructions he received from those higher 
up. At the close of the war he settled in Berkshire, 
England; he died in 1789. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth^ bapt. in 1771. 

418. ii. John Wentworth, b. Oct. 18, 1773; admiral in British Navy 

in 1846. 
iii. Joshua, d. early. 

419. iv. Henry Lloyd, b. in England in 1784. 

▼. William, b. in 1785; served under Sir John Moore; d. at 
Madeira in 1812. 

420. vi. Bobert Boberts, b. in 1789. 



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206. JoHN^ LoBiNO {Joshtufif Joshua^, Joseph*^ Jahn\ 
Thama8^)y bom at Roxbury in 1761; married Miss Mac- 
neal, of Scotland. 

He was a midshipman in the royal navy at the age 
of 14; was captured in April, 1776, and sent to Boston; 
confined in Concord jail. By the intercession of friends 
of the family he was released on parole and sent to the 
care of a gentleman at Framingham. 

He went to England as soon as exchange could be 
arranged and became a captain in the navy. Had 
command of the BeUepheran which conv^ed Napoleon 
to St. Helena after the battle of Waterloo. His sons 
served in the British navy with distinction. He died 
November 9, 1808. 

Children: 

i. JoW, a znidflhipinaQ in the royal navy; d. of ydlow fever 
at Bermuda. 
421. ii. Hector, a commodore in the royal navy, 
iii. Mary, m. Mr. Macneal, ol Scotland. 



207. Joshua* Loring {Thoma^y Benjamin^, Thoma^, 
John\ Thomas^) f bom at Hingham in March, 1756; 
married December 31, 1778, Lydia Fearing. She died 
April 12, 1837, aged 82. 

He was one of those who marched on the Lexington 
alarm; enlisted April 27, 1775, in Capt. Charles Cushing's 
company; served till July 1, 1775; then served in Capt. 
Peter Ciushing's company. Col. Solomon Lovell's regi- 
ment, for short periods in 1776. 

He died in November, 1810. 

Children: 

i. Zena8^ b. June 25, 1779; d. unm. Nov. 13, 1836. 

422. ii. Joshua, b. Mar. 26, 1782. 
iii. PeflKy» b. Oct. 31, 1785. 

423. iv. Hawkes (twin), b. Oct. 31, 1785. 

424. V. Beth, b. in Mar., 1789. 

vi. Calvin, b. Mar. 8, 1790; unm.; settled at Portland, Me. 



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208. Thomas* Lobiko {Thtmo^y Benjamin^ Thanuu^, 
John\ Thomas^), borh at Hingham October 25, 1757; 
married August 20, 1783, Lydia, daughter of John and 
Lydia (Jacob) Lincohi, bom January 30, 1762; she sur« 
vived him and married second Silas Holbrook. 

Was called '^Thomas Loring, 3d/' He served in 
Capt. Peter Cushing's company, Colonel Loveirs regi- 
ment, in 1776. Was chairman of Committee on Bounties 
in Hingham in 1781. Was a sdioolmaster ; later a weigher 
and ganger in the Custom House. 

He died at Boston October 11, 1794. 

Children: 

i. Bertha^ b. Deo. 13, 1783; m. Nov. 2, 1802, Samuel Hobart. 

425. ii. Charles, b. Sept. 25, 1785. Rem. to Freeport, Me. 

426. iii. Reuben, b. Nov. 30, 1787. 

427. iv. Thomas, b. Dec. 20, 1789. 

V. Harriet, b. in 1795; m. Jonathan Ftett and redded at 
Portland, Me. 

20B. George* Lobino {Joseph^^ Benjamin^ Thomas', 
Jokn\ Thomas^), bom at Hingham November 18, 1771; 
married at the church of £1 Sagrario in Malaga, Spain, July 
31, 1817, Maria del Rosario, daughter of Mr. Ignatius 
Anthony Oyarzabal and Mrs. Josephine Herera, his wife, 
of the city of Cadiz. 

He entered Harvard College but, disliking a Uterary 
career, left, and was apprenticed to a cooper. Followed 
the sea a few years and became a captain. Settled at 
Malaga, Spain, where he became one of the most promi- 
nent and wealthy merchants, dealing in wines and fruits. 
Was the pioneer of American conunerce with Malaga, 
the first shipper of raisins from that port to this country. 
He was also a banker, agent of Baring Brothers, of London. 
Was honored especially by the poor, to whom he was 
very benevolent. He^died August 14, 1843, leaving an 
estate of more than $300,000 to his family and to charities. 

His will was proved in Suffolk County, Massachusetts, 
as Mr. Loring idways maintained his standing in Spain as 
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the original Spanish). It was dated June 20, 1842, and 
proved in Malaga the day after his decease; presented here 
Sq>tember 16, 1844. The will narrates that he was a 
native of Hingham, Massachusetts; mentions his pamts; 
tells his wife's full name and those of her parents; gives 
the names of three children who had died in infancy and 
tha seven then surviving. A certain sum of money 
settled upon his wife before their marriage. Sons edu- 
cated in the United States, the cost of their education not 
to be deducted from their portions. Bequeaths to his 
wife; to her mother; to his brotheivin-law, Mr. John 
Oyarzabal; to his sister, Mrs. Lydia Loring Walker; to 
his clerk, Mr. John Astula; to the ovoiseer of his stores, 
Mr. John Herera and John's brother, Francis Herera; to 
his children, his wife being guardian of those in their 
minority. His wife, his brother-in-law, Mr. John Oyar- 
zabal, and Mr. Emanuel Enriques executors. The will 
was presented here by his son, Joseph George Loring, and 
his brother-in-law, John Oyarsabal, they being partners 
in the business which Mr. George Loring had placed in 
thdr hands as his successors. The will contains many 
expressions of religious sentiment, and bequests to 
churches and ecclesiastics and the poor. 

Children (list as given in the will of Mr. Loring) : 

428. i. Joseph George^ {Jo$i Jorge^, b. in 1819. 

ii. Maria del Roeario Josefa; m. Eduardo Delius, and d., s. p. 

429. iii. George Henry (Jcrge Enriguez), b. Aug. 20, 1822. 

iv. Elisa Caroline; m. Manuel Bodriguei de Berlanga; d., a. p. 
▼. Adelaide Matilda; m. Vinoente Martises Montea, and had 



vi. Edward Richard (Educardo Rieardo); m. Rafaela, dau. of 
Franoiflco and Joaefa (Manescau) Crooke; d., s. p. 

vii# Georgina Maria (Jorgina Maria) ; m. Apr. 23, 1854, IVanoiflco 
Crooke, and had iaaue. 

209a. Eluah* Loring {Joseph^ ^ Benjamin^ Thonuu^, 
J6hn\ Thamas^)^ bom at Hingham October 15, 1773; 
married in 1797 Abigail, daughter of Joseph and Martha 
Randi of Charlestown, bom in January, 1770, died 
November 0, 1862. 



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He learned the trade of carpenter in his youth; was for 
twenty-six years clerk, agent and wharfinger of Boston 
pier on Long Wharf in Boston; was also largely interested 
in navigation. Was a director of the Eagle bank and 
accumulated a f orttme of nearly $800,000, a large property 
for those days. 

He died July 20, 1846, just as he retiuned from a joum^ 
to Great Falls, N. H.; walked from the railroad station 
a mile to his home in apparent good health, but died 
suddenly soon after arriving. 

Children: 

i. Joseph^, d. young. 

ii. Abigail Matilda, b. in 1800; d. unm. June 22, 1863. 

iii. Elijah James, a Harvard student; d. at sea, on passage to 
Italy, Sept. 29, 1832, ». 27. 

iv. George Henry, b. in 1808; a deaf mute; the first inmate 
of the Hartford Deaf and Dumb Asylum in 1815; for 
several years an instructor there. He m. in Sept., 1849, 
Ann, dau. of Rev. Dr. Sharp» who d. Mar. 18, 1863, e. 49. 
He d. Mar. 26, 1852. 

432. V. Jceiah Quincy, b. 1811. 

vi. Cornelia Wadsworth, m. lieut. S. Benton Thompson, U. S. 
N., June 14, 1849. 

210. William* Loring {Isaacs, William^ Ibocu^^ John\ 
Thomas^) J bom at «BoBton September 15, 1756; married 
April 19, 1776, Jane Brown, bom January 14, 1759, died 
August 2, 1791. 

He was a baker; lived on Frog Lane in Boston. He was 
a bombardier and a matross in Col. Thomas Crafts' 
regiment of artillery from May 2, 1776, to December 30, 
1778. 

He died June 10, 1791. 

Children: 

433. i. Isaac^ b. Nov. 24, 1775. 

434. ii. William, b. Apr. 8, 1777. 

435. iii. John, b. May 29, 1779. 

iv. Sarah, b. June 27, 1780; d. Oct. 16, 1782. 
V. David, b. Sept. 7, 1781 ; d. Oct. 7, 1782. 
vi. Sarah ftrown, b. Feb. 4, 1783; m. Sept. 6, 1803, Levi Good- 
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vii. Margaret, b. Aug. 29, 1784. 

viii. Ann Demiisoni b. July 1, 1786; m. Sept. 25» 1803, Jobn 
Gordon. 

211. Daniel' Lorino (Naihaniel\ Isaac^, DanieP, 
John\ Tfiomas^)^ born at Hopkinton January 19, 1781; 
married in 1804 Mary StonCi of Natick. 

He was graduated at Brown University in 1800; became 
pastor of the Congregational church at Foxboro, 1804 to 
1806. Ranoved to Oswego, Tioga county, N. Y., and 
in 1818 to the State of Illinois. 

Children: 

436. i. Clarendon Eldridge^ b. in 1808. 

437. ii. WOliam, b. in 1810. 

438. iii. Lyman D., b. in 1814. 

212. Nathaniel* LoBma (NathaniePy Isaac^^ DanieP, 
Johnny Thomas^), bom December 31, 1782; married April 
2, 1806, Millicent, daughter of John Jones of Hopkinton. 

He resided at Hopkinton. Had the misfortune to 
have his house and ''spacious bam^ and shop'' destroyed 
by fire June 29, 1841. 

He died January 20, 1869. 

Children: 

i. Fidelia J.^ b. Aug. 1, 1808; m. Mar. 28, 1832, Joeeph V. 
Newton. 
Children: 

1. Jones Loring Newton, b. May 12, 1833; d. July 6, 1865. 

2. Joanna Haflting^ Newton, b. Apr. 27, 1836. 

3. Joeeph Henry Newton, b. June 26, 1840; d. Oct. 21, 

1844. 

439. ii. John Jones, b. Dec. 10, 1800. 

440. iii. Clarendon, b. Nov. 29, 1811. 

441. iv. William Henry Harrison, b. in 1817. 

218. IsRASL* LoBiNG {WtUtam^ Israel\ Jacobs, John\ 
Thofnas^)^ bom at New York city, married Frances Dean, 
daughter of John Bowis, of Newport, N. Y., widow of 
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He settled in New York; was a merchant; he died in 
1808. A petition to the New York House of Represen- 
tatives in 1796 mentions an exportation of indigo by him 
from New York to Amsterdam. 

Children: 
i. Edward^ adopted by an iinde and given the name News- 

viOe; was rector of CJfarist's Church, SaTannahy Ga. 
ii. George. 
iiL Jphn Bowis, became a physieian; d. 8.p. in 1843. 

442. iT. Horatio N., b. in 1808. 

214. Petbb^ Lobino {Peter*, Zechanah\ Jacd^, John\ 
Thomatf)^ bom at Perry, Me., July 20, 1791; married 
Sarah . lived at Perry, Me. 

He died November 3, 1831. His widow was appointed 
administratrix July 10, 1832, and William D. Dana was 
appointed guardian for the children, Robert M., Peter, 
Almira and Louisa Jane, October 30, 1838. Mrs. Sarah 
Loring died January 10, 1870. 

Children: 

443. i. Bobert McFarland', b. Jan. 1, 1820. 
ii. Peter, b. May 25, 1832. 

iii. Afamia, b. Feb. 14, 1825. 
iv. Louisa Jane, b. June 20, 1827. 
▼. Helen Maria, b. Dec. 7, 1830. 

214b. BsLA* Lobino {Peter*, Zechariah^, Jacobs, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Perry, Me., November 12, 1795; 
married Eleanor . Lived at Perry, Me. 

He died August 15, 1868, and his son, Bela W. Loring, 
of Calais, Me., was appointed administrator of the estate 
Decemb^ 1, following. 

Children: 

L Jerome^ b. June 22, 1821. 

y. BelaW.,b.Feb.7, 1823.« 

iiL Mary Elisabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1825. 

iv. JairuB, b. Feb. 1, 1827. 

▼. Abigail, b. Apr. 4, 1829. 

vi. Leonora Sophia, b. Aug. 28, 1831. 



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214c. Henbt* LoRma {Peter*, Zechairiah\ Jacob^, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Perry, Me., May 8, 1805; married 
Minerva . She died February 18, 1864. 

He died at Perry, November 12, 1878. 

Children: 

i. Laura Etta^ b. Mar. 29, 1846. 
tt. Silas, b. July 3, 1849. 
iii. Chaite, b. Sept. 24, 1851. 



214d. Ezra* Lobino {Peter*, Zechariah^, Jacobs, John\ 
Th4)mat?), bom at Perry, Me., April 8, 1811; married 
Mary . Resided at Perry, Me. 

Children: 

i. William Madison^ b. Feb. 23, 1837. 

ii. Althea EmeUne, b. Mar. 20, 1840. 

iii. Drusilia Oementine, b. Mar. 25, 1842. 

iv. Edward Kilby, b. Mar. 7, 1844. 

V. Adelbert Means, b. Mar. 15, 1846. 

vi. Eira Wyman, b. Oct. 28, 1847. 

vii. Millard Fillmore, b. May 7, 1850. 

viiL Delora Eleanor, b. Mar. 31, 1852. 

ix. . b. Mar. 22, 1864. 



214e. Benjamin* Loring {Zaceheiu^, Zechariah\ Jacobs, 
John\ Thomcu^), bom at Perry, Me., Jime 27, 1823. 
Lived at Perry, Me. Had a family. [Placed incorrectly 
among the children of Peter on page 83.] 



216. JoHN^ Loring {Zaccheu^, Zechariah\ Jacobs, 
John% Thomas^), born at Perry, Me., August 22, 1804; 
married November 18, 1833, Elizabeth, daught^ of 
John Trott; she died August 19, 1889. Resided at 
Perry, Me. 

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Children: 

i. Albert QJ, b. Mar. 6, 1835; served in the Unkm army; 
returned to Perry and died nnm. Nov. 8» 1870; by will 
dated when going into the army in Sept.^ 1862, proved 
after his death June 8, 1871, he left aU he had to hia 
mother. 

ii. Eliiabeth Ann, b. Oct. 5, 1834; m. Andrew Claric. She 
d. June 2, 1874. 

iii. Alameda Tinker, b. Aug. 22, 1837; m. John W. TroU. Sbe 
d. Apr. 10, 1016. . 
Children: 

1. Lillian Loring Trott, teaoher and author. 

2. Chase Harland Trott. 

iv. Mary Ellen, b. Oct. 2, 1845; m. John McPhaO. 

▼• Cora Maria, b. Mar. 4, 1862; m. George W. Leigfiton. 

vL Elijah, b. Sept. 23, 1839. 

216. JosiAH* LoBiNQ {Zaccheiu^, Zechariah^ Jacol/, 
Jchn\ Thomaa% bom at Perry, Me*, August 20, 1815; 
married first, Hannah S. Gleason, bom April 25, 1823; 
she died July 11, 1849. He married second and third 
times. Lived at Perry, Me. 

Children: 

i. Harriet Sophia^ b. Aug. 31, 1842; m. Mr. Merriam. 
iL ClariflBa Olinda, b. June 1, 1844. 
iii. Hannah Thayer, b. Apr. 11, 1846. 

217. Davis* Lorino {Zaccheu^, Zeehariah^ Jacobs, 
J6hn\ Thomtu?)^ bom at Perry, Me., September 25, 
1819; married Melissa Clark, of Lubec, Me. Resided 
at Feny, Me. 

Children: 

i, Roberta', m. Charles Brown. 

ii. Martha, m. Edw. Wade. 

iii. Davis. 

iv. George. 

V. Benjamin. 

vL Frank. 

vii. Cornelia. 

218. Isaac W/ Lorino il8a4u^, Zuhaariah^ Jacobs, 
John*, Ttumhos^), bom at Perry, Me., May 22, 1819; 



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married Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Seth and Mary 
(Stetson) Gerry, bom at Robbinston, Me., Januaiy 18, 
1818, died at Sharon January 11, 1899. 

He was a merchant at Thomaston, Me., some time; 
removed to Charlestown and later to Chelsea, where he 
resided about thirty-eight years. Was a real estate 
dealer and insurance agent in Boston and Chelsea. He 
was a deacon of the Congregational church. 

He died at Sharon March 20, 1901. 

Children: 

i. Clara Amdia^, b. Aug. 14, 1841; m. Aug. 18, 1870, Bsv. 
Henry C. Weston. 

ii. 8eih Gerry, b. Nov. 26, 1845; m. July 5, 1878, Ines Buck- 
nam, dau. of Caleb 8. and Comdia (Cushing) Huston, 
b. Sept. 18, 1853. He is in the dothing buaneaB in Boa- 
ton; res. at Cambridge. 

iiu Aiaxine, b. June 23, 1847. 

218a. Jaoob B.* Lobing (/aooc*, Zedioriah^, Jacobs ^ 
John\ Thamas^)^ bom at Perry, Me., 8q>tember 6, 1833| 
married in the old ''Knox mansion" at Thomaaton, Me., 
in 1853, Caroline, daughter of Simon and Hannah (Vinal) 
Young, bom at Cushing, Me. 

He learned the trade of ship carpent^ ; worked in the 
yards at Thomaston and vicinity; went as carpenter on 
ships sailing on long voyages; c<»ning to Liverpool at 
the opening of the War of the Rebdlion, he gave up a 
good salary and paid his passage home and enlisted as a 
private in the Union army at a fraction of his former 
pay. Was promoted to orderly sergeant, then commis- 
sioned heutenant and served through the war; in its 
closing months was promoted to be captain. Settled at 
Rockland and was a boat-builder. 

Children: 

i. Susan Stickney^ b. May 7, 1865; m. Capt. IVank Johnson. 
Children: 

1. Grace L. Johnson, m. Mr. Briggg. 

2. Harold Johnaon. 

ii. CcMra Jane, b. Sept. 11, 1858; is a nurse in the Home tor the 
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ill. Eva Lee, m. Frank BartJeit Hatch, of BooUand, Me. 
Children: 

1. Edna Hatch. 

2. Maurice Hatch, m. Mildred Spear. 

3. Frank Hatch. 

iv. Ralph, b. at Perry, Me. 

219. David* Lobinq (EzekieP, John\ John\ John\ 
Thama8^)y bom at Pownal, Me., married ''Mary Day of 
Cape Ann." lived on the old homestead. 

Children: 



L 


Su8aIma^ b. in 1791. 


447. u. 


Samud, b. in 1792. 


iii. 


O&m, b. in 1794. 


447&iT. 


David, b. in 1795. 


▼. 


Abraham, b. in 1796. 


4M. vi. 


ITiOiam, b. in 1800. 


450. vii. 


Reubrai, b. in 1802. 


451. viii. 


Isaac, b. in 1804. 


ix. 


Mary, b. in 1806; d. in 1808. 


X. 


Hannah, b. in 1807. 


4S2. zi. 


Elbridge, b. in 1809. 



220. Crobiwbll Lobdbll* Loring {Ezekiel^f John^, 
John\ John?, Thomas^) ^ bom at Pownal, Me.; married 
Sally Marston. 

He lived on part of his father's farm, near the present 
railroad station. 

Children: 

452a. i. Ammi^. 

ii. Jane. 

452b. iii. Lewis. 

iv. Mary Jane, m. William Chadeey. 

220a. EzEKiBL* LoBiNG {John^j John*, John*, John^, 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., May 17, 1778; 
married Olive Emerson. 

They lived some time at Minot, Me. 

Children, recorded at North Yarmouth: 
i. Nathan Emerson^, b. Apr. 9, 1808: 
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]ii« Olire, b. Sept. 8, 1807. 

iv. Stephen Emerson, b. Oct. 28, 1809. 

V. Mary Ann, b. at Portland, Me., July 5, 1811. 

vL Eiekid Chauney, b. at Portland Sept. 5, 1813. 

vii. Clariflsa Delia, b. at Portland May 9, 1816. 

220b« Dayib* Lobiko {John^, John*, John*, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., September 2, 
1785; married in 1810, Susamiah Robinson, of Lynn. 
She diedJuly 20, 1853, aged 60 years. 

He was a sea captain; removed to Portland, Me. 

Children: 

453. L JoImL.7 

453a. iL William H., b. at Portland, Me., in 1822. 

221. Samxtel* Losing {Richmond^, Nicholas, John*, 
John*, Thama^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., Sep- 
tember 26, 1764; married in 1790 Deborah Bucknam. 

He resided at North Yarmouth, near the border of 
New Gloucester, Me. 
He died in 1822. 

Children: 

i. Dorothy^ b. in 1792; m. Isaac Cuahman. 

ii. Jeremiflii Bucknam, b. in 1795. 

iiL lAioretia, b. in 1797; m. Dr. Chapin, of Boston. 

455. iv. Richmond, b. Oct. 29, 1801. 

222. Richmond* Lorinq {Richmond^, Nicholas^ John*, 
John*, Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., January 
24, 1767; married '/Miriam Trickey'^' another account 
says that he married ''Marian P. Clark." 

His wife died Jime 5, 1828. 

He was a deputy sheriff. He died February 25, 1861. 

Children: 

456. i. ChaIle6^ b. Sept. 4, 1794. 

ii. IK^lliam, b. Oct. 2, 1795; d. s.p. 

iii. Sarah, b. Sept. 15, 1797. 

iv. George, b. Aug.* 4, 1801 ; d. s.p. 

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22S. WiLUAM* LoRma {Richmond^, Nicholas, John*, 
John^, Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., in 1774; 
married Aima Drinkwater. 

He died in 1824. 

Children: 

400. i. Jooeph^ b. Mar. 28, 1804. 

ii. Mary, b. July 29, 1810; d. in 1826. 

iji Lucratia Richmond, b. Mar. 29, 1813; m. in 1832 Henry 0. 
Byram; she and her child d. aoon. 

224. Reuben* Loring {RichmotuPy NichoUul^f John\ 
Johnny Thomas^) y bom at North Yarmouth, Me., in 1779; 
married Lydia Kane. 

"He lived on the paternal homestead below the ledge.^' 

Children: 
i. Lucretia Bucknam^ b. Feb. 28, 1820; m. John York. 
iL Samud Mason, b. in 1822; m. Sarah York. 

225. Asa* Lorino (Bezaleel^, Nicholas*, John*, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., March 3, 1766; 
married in 1790 Hannah, daughter of Captain Haskell, 
of New Gloucester, Me. ; she died April 9, 1957. She and 
her husband were members of the church. He settled 
on a farm at Hebron, Me. 

He died November 27, 1834. 

Children (order uncertain) : 

461. i. Ammi Mitchell^ b. in 1803. 

462. iL Richmond, b. Feb. 14, 1806. 

463. iii. Asa Tewksbury, b. May 13, 1813. 
iv. Hannah, d. ». 4 yrs. 

v. Mary Richmond, m. Dea. Samuel Bradford. 

vi. Lydia, m. Alexander Nelson, of Shirley, Me. 

vii. Elisa, d. early. 

viii. Judith H., m. I. Sumner Sargent, of Guilford, Me. 

is. Julia Ann, m. Isaac Phillips, of Turner, Me. 

X. Theodosia, m. (1) Sewall Lombard; m. (2) Arthur Stevens. 

226. John Mason* Loring {BezdUel*, Nicholas*, John*, 
Johnny Thomas^), bom at Cousin's Island, Me., Novem- 
ber 26, 1768; married m 1793 Mehitabel Mitchell; she 
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He followed the sea forty years. Coming home from 
the West Indies with three of his sons in the crew, two 
died of yellow fever; such experiences abounded in the 
lives of those sea rovers. 

He died at North Yarmouth, Me., January 7, 1839. 

Children: 

i. Rachel^ b. Oct. 26, 1793; m. Isaac Reed, (rf Freeport, Me. 

464. ii. John, b. May 9, 1796; m.; d. of yellow fever. His h<Niie had 

been at Richmond, Me. 

465. iiL Nathaniel, b. Feb. 6, 1798; d. cl yellow fever at sea. 

466. iv. Levi, b. June 23, 1800; was lost at sea. 

467. V. Samuel Mason, b. in 1802; was lost at sea. 

468. vi. Reuben, b. in 1803; m. Oct. 6, 1835, Louisa 8. Dunnels; 

was lost at sea. 
vii. Sarah S., b. in 1806; m. (1) Capt. George Souk, who, like 

her brothers, was lost at sea. She m. (2) Mr. Long, of 

Leeds, Me. 
viii. Mehitabd, b. in 1814; d. at Boston Feb. 4, 1889. 

469. ix. Abraham Mitchdl, b. in 1816. 

X. Eunice, m. Mr. Soule, ot Parkman, Me. 

227. Bezalekl* Lobino {Bezaleel^, Nicholas, John\ 
John^, Thomas^), bom at Cousin's Island, Me., August 
28, 1770; nuurried in 1796 Lydia Haskell, of New Glouces- 
ter, Me.; she survived him and married second, Mr. 
Fowler, of Guilford, Me. 

He resided at Guilford, Me.; at New Gloucester, Me., 
and later at Foxcrof t and Sang^rille, Me. Was a deacon 
of the church. 

He died January 29, 1837. 

CMdren: 

L Lydia^ d. young. 

ii. darina, b. May 12, 1801; m. John Cahoon. 

470. iii. John HaakeU, b. May 14, 1803. 

iv. Catherine, b. July 10, 1805; m. Stedman Davia; d. in Wia- 
cousin Feb. 15, 1873. 

471. V. Charka, b. Feb. 8, 1808. 

vi. Lydia, b. May 6, 1810; m. David Herring. 

472. vii. Amaaa, b. Feb. 9, 1813. 

473. viii. Henry SewaU, b. Feb. 19, 1819. 

is. Levi, b. Aug. 29, 1822; m. in 1848 Ann Hargraves. 



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Nicholas^ Lobing {Bezaleel^, Nicholas, John*^ 
John^, Thomas^), bom at Cousin's Island, Me., February 
13, 1773; married April 24, 1794, Elizabeth Drinkwater; 
she died December 5, 1860, aged 84 years. 

He was a teacher in public schools at North Yarmouth 
and at Portland, Me., and highly esteemed. 

Three of his sons were sea captains, who died, severally, 
in Italy, France and the West Indies. 

He died October 22, 1823. 

Children: 

i. Jeremiah^ b. Sept. 8, 1794. 

ii. Mary Mason, b. Oct. 12, 1796; m. J. Treat, of Portland. 

476. iii. Samuel, b. July 7, 1797. 

iv. Rufua, b. Jun^ 13, 1799; d. unm. 

V. Nicholas, b. Apr. 8, 1801; d. unm. 

vi. Elisha Moeeley, b. Apr. 14, 1803; d. unm. 

477. vii. Horace, b. in 1805; m. Sally Wiiley, of Portland. A sea 

captain, 
viii. Jane Elisabeth, d. unm. 
ix. Edward, m. at Liverpool, Eng.; lived at New Orleans, La. 

229. Richmond* Lobing {Bezaleel\ Nicholas^ John\ 
John\ Thamaa^), bom at North Yaimouth, Me., February 
1, 1776; married first, February 12, 17»9, Dolly True, who 
died July 10, 1811. He married second, in 1812, Lucinda 
Jones of Fahnouth, Me.; she died August 10, 1833. He 
married third, April 24, 1834, Lucy Andrew King, who 
had by her first husband twelve children, all settled in 
life at that time. 

He was a sea captain, most of the time in the trade 
along the coast of the United States. His home was at 
North Yarmouth. He died May 12, 1867. 

Children: 

i. Almira Elwell^, b. May 22, 1801; m. Arvida Hayford, of 

Bangor, Me., b. Sept. 5, 1801. 
, Children: 

1. William Bicknell Hayford, b. May 20, 1827; res. 

Bangor, Me. 

2. Sarah Hayford*, m. Oct. 16, 1862, Rev. George N. 

^Boni of Biohud and Sally (Colby) Treat; adopted by the Hayf oids. 



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Maiden, a wdi belored Congreggtional miniflter, 
and later a professor at Colorado College. 
Child: 

Jennie Marden, m. George Soule, res. Denver, Colo, 
ii. Mary Ann B., b. in 1802; m. LongMlow P. Weston, ct East 
MiMhias, Me. 
Children: 

1. Bichmond Weston. 

2. Abby Weston; m. Frederick A. Foster. 

ill. Sarah Mason, b. July 29, 1804; m. as second wife, William 

Carieton, of Camden, Me. (afterward Rockport, Me.) 
iv. Phebe, b. Nov. 9, 1806; m. William Carieton. 
Children: 

1. Frances Elisabeth Carieton, m. Rev. Thomas Edward 

Brastow, Cong, minister of fine qualities. He rem. 
to Roclqport, Me., after Mr. C.'s death; she d. July 
15, 1867. 

2. Sarah Loring Carieton, m. Mr. Brastow, Jan. 20, 1809. 
Y. DoDy, b. Nov. 13, 1810; a school teacher of merit. 

vi. Elisabeth, b. Aug. 28, 1812. 

vii. Francis Jones, b. Jan. 22, 1814; lost at sea. 

viiL Joseph Baker, b. Jan. 25, 1816; m. Mary Wilson, (rf Boston; 

she outtived him and m. (2) Oilman Colson. 
ix. Levi, b. Dec. 16, 1818. 
z. Geoiie, b. July 17, 1821; lost at sea. 
xi. Horace G^ritt, b. in 1824. Wrote a history of a three 

years' voyage around the world which he took in the 

ConstMaHon. 
m. Harriet Maria, b* June 14, 1827; m. Bradbiury I^ue. 

280. PiSREZ* LoRiNO {Bezdleel^ NichoUui*, John\ John\ 
Thoma8^)f bom at New Gloucester, Me., June 20, 1779; 
married first in 1802 Selah Cobb, who died in 1808. He 
nuurried second, in 1804, Hannah Stinchfield, who died in 
1840. He married third, Widow Emeryi of Portland, Me. 

He resided at Leeds, Me. 

Children: 

i. Samuel^ b. ; "rem. to Whitefidd, Me. ; left children." 

485. ii. John Stinchfidd, b. Aug. 14, 1816. 
iii. Mary 8., m. Mr. Turner, at Leeds, Me. 
iv. Sarah, d. unm. 

231. Lbyi* Lobing (Bezakel^j NicholM^, John\ John^, 
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1783 ; married In 1804 Sophia Bosworth, of Hanover, Mass. 

He was a school teacher several years; studied theology 
with Rev. Jonathan Cogswell; was ordained colleague 
to Dr. Paul CoflSn, of Buxton, Me., in 1817 and remained 
with that church eighteen years. Removed to Anson, 
Me., where he lived till 1846, preaching there and at 
Athens, twelve miles away. Removed to Milton, Mass., 
for a time, but returned to Maine and ministered at 
Shapleigh, Biddeford and again at Athens. His preach- 
ing was evangelical; his pastoral work earnest, discreet 
and winning. He was one of the founders of the "Chris- 
tian Mirror" of Portland, Me.; one of the projectors of 
the system of county conferences of churches; a strong 
advocate of total abstinence and prohibition. 

He died January 16, 1860. 

Children: 
i. Albert^; fdlowed the sea. 
488. ii. Samuel Vease. 

iii. Isaac 8.; m. at Lawrence Oct. 26, 1848, Naomi S. Hill; ree. 
Athens, Me. 

490. iv. Levi, b. Nov. 26, 1819. 

▼. Elisabeth, m. (1) Tyndl White; m. (2) Elder J. FoUett. 
vi. Mary R., b. in 1822; m. at Lawrence Apr. 18, 1849, James F. 

Follett. 
vii. Ann Sophia, m. Cyma Roby. 

491. viii. Henry P. C. 

492. ix. Frederick Cannon, b. Feb. 17, 1826. 

282. Charles Lbb* Loring {Levity Nicholas, John*, 
John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., Novem- 
ber 4, 1776; married Lucy Wood. 

Children: 

493. i. Jeremiah^ b. Nov. 5, 1802. 

ii. Sarah Jane, b. Feb. 25, 1804; m. Mr. Meguire. 
liL Charles Lee, Jr., b. July 16, 1807; m. Dorcas Lane. 

288« Nicholas* Loring (Levi^^ Nicholas^ John^, John\ 
Thama8^)y bom in 1776; married Susaima True. 
He redded at North Yarmouth, Me. 
Child: 

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284. Levi* Lobikg (Levi^^ NichoUu^ John\ John\ 
Thomas^), born in 1785; married firsts Bathsheba Thomp- 
son. He married second, November 9, 1824, Martha 
Brown. 

Children: 

4M. i. Syivestw Richmond^ b. May 15, 1808. 
ii. Charles Lee, b. Sept. 26, 1810. 
ui. Rachd Humphrey, b. Dec. 2, 1812; 

286. Reuben* LoBma (Z^n^ NichoUu^, Jchn^^ John\ 
Thomaff)y bom at North Yarmouth December 10, 1786; 
married first, Mary Locke. He married second, Naomi 
Chirtis. 

He lived at North Yarmouth, Me. 

Children: 
i. Sewall Syiveeter^ b. Jan. 1, 1811. 
ii. Mary Jane, b. May 10, 1812. 
iii. Delia Ann, b. July 14, 1816. 

iv. Boxana Knott, b. May 10, 1818; m. June 8, 1863, Jemniah 
E. Parker. 
497. V. Reuben Buxton, b. Jan. 12, 1822. 
vi. Sarah Naomi, b. May 1, 1824. 
vii. Susan Buxton, b. Nov. 8, 1826. 
viii. Dorcas Eliiabeth, b. Deo. 18, 1833. 

2S7. Loif LoRiNO {Thomas^y Nicholas^, Johv?^ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., November 22, 
1774; married Saba Blanchard. 

He lived at North Yarmouth. He died July 25, 1847. 

Children: 

i. Mary Richmond^, b. June 12, 1808; m. Samud Hayee. 
496. ii. Peres B., b. Sept. 13, 1811. 
499. iii. David Meaubec, b. Oct. 27, 1814. 

iv. Theodoeia, d. in infancy. 

V. Sarah Ann, b. Apr. 19, 1821 ; m. Samuel Lawrence. 

238. IcHABOD Richmond' Lobino {Thanuu^y Nicholai^, 
John^, John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., 
June 15, 1782; married Margery York. 

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Children: 
i. Julia AIm^ b. June 18, 1813. 
ii. Phebe Gray, b. Sept. 14, 1815; m. David O. Lwing, No. 501. 

500. iiL Otis Whiton, b. Apr. 14, 1818. 

iv. Dorcas, b. Nov. 28, 1824; m. at Palmer Feb. 8, 1876, Jef- 

t&Bon White. 
V. Margery, b. May 22, 1823; m. William Reed. 

239. David^ Lorino {Thoma^, Nicholas^ John\ John\ 
Thomas^) y born at North Yarmouth, Me., June 17, 1784; 
married Mary Chadboume. 

He resided some years at North Yarmouth; removed 
to Boston. 

Children: 

501. i. David Gray^ b. Mar. 14, 1813. 

502. ii. Samuel Chadboume, b. Apr. 7, 1815; m. Martha Hamilton. 

503. iii. Frandfl, b. July 5, 1817. 

iv. George, b. July 31, 1819; was in California in 1882. 

V. Mary Ann, b. Sept. 11, 1821. 

vi. Nancy Chadboume, b. Feb. 11, 1824; m. at Boston Nov. 25, 

1848, Waterman Coleman, 
vii. Elisabeth Chadboume, b. July 11, 1826; m. at Boston 

July 25, 1851, George D. Fbke, b. at Sturbridge. 

240. Jbrsmiah* Lorino {Thanuu^, Nicholas^ John*, 
John\ Thioma9^)f bom at North Yarmouth, Me., May 19, 
17^; married June 25, 1825, Mlary Jane Leonard, bom 
September 27, 1803, died March 16, 1883. 

He was a farmer at North Yarmouth, Me. 
He died June 25, 1864. 

Children: 
i. Phebe Gray^ b. Jan. 4, 1826; m. May 0, 1850, Hatherly 
Barstow. She d. at Deering, Me., Feb. 11, 1909. 

505. ii. Samuel NeweO, b. Sept. 11, 1827. 

iii. Dorcas Mitchell, b. Sept. 17, 1829; m. May 1, 1851, Charles 

£. Hicks, 
iv. Brainard, b. Nov. 17, 1831; d. unm. at Irie St. Thomas 

June 14, 1853. 
V. John, b. Dec. 26, 1833; d. at sea, unm., Sept. 7, 1856. 

506. vi. Jacob Gray, b. Dec. 8, 1836. 

507. vii. William Walcott, b. Aug. 11, 1841. 
506. viii. Charles Richmond, b. Nov. 20, 1843. 



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ix. Edna Augusta (twin), b. Nov. 20, 1843; m. (1) W3liam 
Marston; m. (2) Monroe Buoknam. 
Children: 

1. Jennie Louise Marston, b. May 7, 1871. 

2. Charles Loring Marston, b. Aug. 12, 1874. 

241. Jacob Grey^ Lorinq {Thomoi^^ Nicholas^, Johv?^ 
Johnny Thomas^) f bom at North Yarmouth, Me., Novem- 
ber 17, 1800; married Desire Bates, who died April 15, 
1882, aged 76 years and 6 months. 

He was postmaster at Yarmouth, Me., in 1846, et 
dls.; was a trader and an owner of vessel property; built 
some at Yarmouth Falls; acquired considerable wealth. 

Children: 

509. L George Stet8on^ b. Mar. 4, 1824. 

iL Henry, b. Sept. 20, 1826; m. Dec. 18, 1850, Martha U. 
Pitta; she d. at Portland, Me., Jan. 19, 1897; he d. at Boa- 
ton May 28, 1889. 
iiL Thomas Grey, b. Nov. 13, 1829; m. Dec. 8, 1853, Adelaide 
Goe. Was an apothecary at Portland, Me. He d. Mar. 
4,1886. 
512. iv. P):enti88, b. Feb. 18, 1834. 

V. Jacob Wendell, b. Feb. 8, 1839; d. unm. June 26, 1864. 

242. Ammi Mitchbll* Lorino {Jeremiah^f NicholM^y 
Johnny John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., 
February 13, 1787; married first, Huldah Baker. He 
married second, widow Hannah Curtis. He married 
third, Abigail Field. 

He resided at Yarmouth, Me. 
Children: 
i. Anuni Baker^ b. Oct. 6, 1815; d. 8.p. 
ii. Joseph, b. Nov. 3, 1817. 
iii. Mary Mitchell, b. Jan. 1, 1820; m. in 1842 Philip H. Went- 

worth. 
iv. Huldah, b. Dec. 18, 1821; m. Dennis Byram. 
V. Betsey Jane, b. July 4, 1824; m. in 1841 Adam P. Baker, 

of Beaton, 
vi. Jeremiah, b. June 15, 1826; m. at Portland, Me., Aug. 30, 

1856, Margaret T. Chambers. 

243. Levi Hatbs* Lobing {Jeremiah^f Nicholas^, John^, 
Johnny Thama8^)j born at North Yarmouth, Me., October 



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24, 1791; married at St. John, N. B., November 30, 1818, 
Lucy McLoud. 

Children: 

i. Sarah Jane^, b. June 29, 1820; m. Israel Skfllingi. 

517. 11. George York, b. Feb. 22, 1823. 

iiL Deborah Tilden, b. Nov. 31, 1825; m. Barnabas Wilde. 

518. iv. William McLoud, b. July 30, 1828. 

519. ▼. Edward Buxton, b. Jan. 12, 1881 ; rem. to California. 

520. vi. Levi Augustus, b. Nov. 22, 1834; d. childless in California. 

521. vii. Benjamin, b. Oet. 2, 1837. 

522. viiL Joseph Henry, b. June 23, 1889. 

ix. AlbOTt Hayes, b. Jan. 27, 1843; while a young man was 
washed overboard from the barque Fanny E. Humphrey. 
X. Francis M., b. Aug. 24, 1844. 

844. Jebemiah* liOBiNO {Jerenriah^, Nidiolas^, Jokn?^ 
John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., October 
6, 1795; married Sarah Hamilton. 

He lived at Walnut Hill, North Yarmouth, Me. 

Children: 

i. Harriet^, b. Feb. 25, 1825; d. unm. 

ii. Caleb Hobart, b. Jan. 24, 1827; d. unm. 

iii. Sarah Abigail, b. Feb. 11, 1829; m. Oct. 30, 1853, Ira Mann 
Lyons. 

iv. Elisabeth Jane, b. Oct. 31, 1831; m. June 22, 1854, Roe- 
well Morris Lyons. She d. Aug. 8, 1874. 

V. EleanOT Kinsman, b. June 9, 1834; d. unm. 

vi. John Mason, b. July 11, 1839; d. unm. 

vii. Ann Amelia (twin), b. July ll, 1839; d. unm. 

523. viiL Edward Daffome, b. Jan. 6, 1842. 

24B. John Hates' LoBma {Jeremiah^ , Nicholca^, Johv?j 
John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., August 
0, 1803; married Betsey, daughter of James and Jane 
(Joyce) Lindsay, bom April 18, 1799; she outlived Mr. 
Loring, and married second, William Newcomb. 

Children: 

i. Sarah Ruth^ b. Sept. 29, 1834; m. Samuel F. Campbell, 
ii. Jane Bailey, b. Aug. 26, 1836; m. at Charlestown June 9, 

1864, George Warren Geary, o( Newburyport, b. at 

Hudson, N. Y. She d. July 11, 1911. 

524. iii. John Hayes, Jr., b. Oct. 16, 1889. 

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246« Wadsworth* Lorino (Jatham^, Thamcu^^ John\ 
Johv?^ TAonuw*), bom at Duxbury October 9, 1786; mai> 
ried December 18, 1808, Lucy Sampson. 

He was a sea captain; was lost at sea December 6, 1830. 

Children: 

i. Wadsworth, Jr7y b. Sept. 7, 1809; was lost at sea with his 

father. 
iL Mary R. C, b. Sept 13, 1812; d. July 20, 1839. 
826. iiL Edward T., b. Nov. 27, 1814. 

247. Jaoob* Lobino {Dacid C, Soloman^^ John\ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., Januaiy 13, 
1780; married first, October 13, 1801, Olive, daughter 
of Joseph Drinkwater; she died in 1812. He married 
second (intention May 11, 1816), Jane Hayes; she died 
December 23, 1846. 

He lived near the meetinghouse at Walnut Hill, North 
Yarmouth. 
Children: 

i. David^ b. Feb. 6, 1802; lost at sea. 

ii. Olive Drinkwater, m. Nov. 3, 1841, Asa Clap Blancfaaid. 

iiL EUaabeOi Yieken, bapt. Oct. 5, 1817. 

iv. Sarah Hayes, bapt. Oet. 5, 1817; m. Nov. 5, 1835, Calvin 

Horn, of Saco, Me. 
v. Frauds Xavier, d. unm. June 2, 1886. 
vi. Dorcas Dutton, bapt in Apr. 1819. 
vii. Jacob Hayes, bapt. in June, 1822; "moved to Salem, MasB." 
viiL Jane Gray, b. Jan. 15, 1827. 
ix. Nementhis, b. May 4, 1833; m. Danid Alvah Booker, of 

Durham, Me.- 

248. David' Loring (Solomon^, S6Umum\ John\ John^, 
Thonuui^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me. (twin with 
Solomon), October 17, 1792; married March 1, 1821, 
Hannah, daughter of Besa Blanchard, who died Janu- 
ary 10, 1861. 

He was a sea captain. His home was at the old place 
in North Yarmouth. He died at Hampton Roads, Va., 
of yellow fever, September 21, 1834. 

Children: 
526a. i. David Cu8hing^ b. Feb. 4, 1824. 
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lii. Elisabeth Qieeley, b. May 12, 1831; m. Mar. 7, 1860, 

H^Dikm D. Sweetaer; res. Herndon, Va. 
iv. Margaret Jane, b. Mar. 17, 1833; d Sept. 16, 1842. 

280. Solomon* Loiong (Solomon^, Solomon^ Johnny 
John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yarmouth, Me. (twin 
with David), October 17, 1792; married December 26, 
1820, Alethea, daught^ of Captain Sylvanus and Rachel 
(Sweeteer) Drinkwater, bom October 26, 1795, died 
March 16, 1864. She was descended from George Soule 
and Mary Chilton, two of the Mayflower passengers. 

He was a master mariner, sailing to ports along the 
Atlantic coast of the United States and in the West 
Indies and Europe. His home was at Cumberland, Me. 

He died September 27, 1832. 

Children: 

i. Amm Gray^ m. Apr. 12, 1878, Daniel A. Hall; res. Topaham, 
Me. ; Bhe d. Jan. 15, 1908. 

II. Emma, b. at Pownal, Me., May 6, 1829; was educated at 
Yarmouth Academy and tau^t school for a time. She 
m. (1) Dec. 29, 1847, Charles T. Manley; th^ res. at 
Milton, Mass., and New York city. He d. of cholera 
July 16, 1854. One child, Alice Gray Manley, b. Feb. 
10, 1849, d. Sept. 9, 1854. Emma m. (2) Jan. 8, 1857, 
Richard Odell Conant, b. at Alfred, Me., Apr. 1, 1828; a 
merchant in Portland, Me. She d. Apr. 16, 1904. 
Chad: 
Frederick Odell Conant, b. Oct. 1, 1857; m. Oct. 31, 1883, 
Eva, dau. of Capt. Reuben and Hamuli Elizabeth (Blan* 
chard) Merrill. He is a merchant in Portland, member 
of the firm of Conant, Patrick & Co., wholesale grocers. 
He has developed a strong interest in genealogy; is presi- 
dent of the Maine Gen^ogical Society. Has done a 
good deal of work in the history of his own and his 
mother's lines; has placed his notebook, containing much 
original material on the line of Solomon, No. 46, and his 
descendants, at the service of the editor, who has been 
much helped by its contents in that and other lines of 
the Loring family. 
Children: 

(1) Elisabeth MerriU Conant, b. Jan. 11, 1886. 

(2) Persis Loring Conant, b. May 29, 1887; m. Hugh W. 

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(3) Richard OdeU Conant, b. May 31, 1888. 

(4) Reginald OdeU Conant, b. Oet. 1, 1889; m. Marion 

Drew. 

iii. Albert, b. Oct. 19, 1825; m. Oct. 10, 1848, Ophelia, dau. of 
Charlee and Eunice Poland* b. Jan. 10, 1824. He was a 
mariner, was first officer of the ship Great Republic which 
was chirred by the British government to cany troops 
to the Black Sea in the Crimean War, in 1853 or 1854. 
He was taken sack and left in port there; probably died 
soon. 

iv. Solomon, b. Jan. 11, 1833; was a mariner; sailed on a ship 
bomid from Portland, Me., for Philadelphia, Pa., in 
1852; no later news. 

261. James Ttng* Lorinq {Johvf^ John^, IsraeP, John\ 
Thomas^), born at Boston March 31, 1778; married June 
14, 1800, Mrs. Relief (Faxon) Cookson; she died in March, 
1848, aged 74. She was a daughter of Richard and 
Susanna (Spear) Faxon, and widow of Samuel Cookson. 

He was a member of the Boston Light Infantry. Was 
a druggist; his shop was at the comer of Ann and Union 
Streets, Boston. ' 

He died September 25, 1805. 

Children: 

i. Jane Hunt', b. July 16, 1801 ; d. young. 
827. ii. Ellia Gray, b. Apr. 14, 1802. 

262. John James' Loring {Jokn\ John\ IsraeP, 
John\ Thanuu^)^ bom at Boston September 23, 1789; 
married Harriet Homans, of Beverly ; she died April 5, 1850. 

He resided at Boston; was a bank cashier; member of 
the Ancient and Honorable Artillery; grand master of 
Masonic lodge in 1832; commissioner of United States 
loans in 1816. 

He died October 6, 1856. 

Children: 

i. Fhebe H.^ m. Albert E. Swasey. 

ii. Harriet Ellen, b. in 1813; d. in 1825. 

iii. Mary Jane, m. in 1833 Horaoe A. White. 

520. iv. John J., b. Sept. 16, 1816. 

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268. IsRiiSL* LoBiNQ {Abe?j Jonathan^, IsraeP^ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Barre April 6, 1768; married April 
12y 1791, Hannah, daughter of John and Betsey Jones, of 
Princeton; she died at Petersham May 30, 1871, aged 99 
years, 4 months and 20 days. 

He served in the force which put down Shay's Rebel* 
lion in 1787. Resided at Princeton in 1793-5, where he 
bought and sold land; residmg at Petersham in 1819, he 
conveyed a tract of land to his son Abel. 

He died August 15, 1855. 

Children: 

530. i. ABa^ b. Oct. 27, 1791; m. Dec. 10, 1817, Blaria, dau. of 

Thaddeus Mason; rem. to Cortland, N. Y. 
631. ii. Abel, b. Sept. 14, 1793. 

iii. Hannah, b. in Apr., 1797; d Dec. 22, 1814. 

iv. Duicina, b. July 25, 1798; m. Feb. 7, 1819, Isaac Fiske, of 

Barre. 
V. Eliiabeth, b. Sept. 22, 1800; m. Sept. 24, 1820, David Fiake. 
vi. WiUiam,b.inJan,1803;d.May20,1805. 
vii. Naiioy,b.Mar. 1,1805; duzun., Sept. 6, 1874. 
532. yiii. William W., b. Aug. 22, 1807. 

iz. Calista, b. Aug. 27, 1810; m. Sept. 17, 1832, Ari T. Boynton, 

ofCortlandville,N.Y. 
z. John Jones, b. Apr. 6, 1813; m. Aug. 12, 1851, Mary S. 

Hilton, 
xi. Hannah C, b. Nov. 25, 1815; d. Aug. 15, 1892. 

264. Reubbn* Lorino {Abel^, Jonathan^, IsraeP, John\ 
Thomas^) y bom at Barre January 23, 1772; married June 
29, 1792, Lydia West. 

Residbig at Shrewsbiuy, Vt., October 16, 1810, he 
quitclaimed to his brother Nathaniel Loring of Barre, 
miUwright, his share in their father's lands in Barre. 
Residing ''in the State of New York,'' in 1811, he joined 
in a quitclaim deed of another portion of that estate, 
his brother Nathaniel signing for him. 

266. Enos* Loring {AbeJ^f Jonathan^ IsraeP, John* 
Thomas^), bom at Barre February 2, 1778; married Re- 
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she died February 23, 1869, aged 81 years, 2 mcmthB and 
14 days. 

He settled at Sterling; was a saddler. He died Decem- 
ber 11, 1856. 

Child: 
688. Aaron KimbaD^ b. Mar. 17, 1826. 

SU(6. William' Lobing {Abel\ JanaOian\ IsraeP, John\ 
Thomatf)^ bom at Barre November 18, 1780; married 
in 1805 Hannah Tracey. 

He removed to Spencer, N. Y.; sold his share in his 
father's estate in 1811. He died June 30, 1840. 

Children: 

i. Horace Willialn^ b. Jan. 6, 1810; m. (1) Feb. 0, 1863, 
Jeniaha Woodford. He m. (2) Sallie Dabymple. No 
children. 
630. ii. William Trao^, b. Sept. 6, 1811. 

iiL Lucena, b. May 16, 1813. 

iv. Wealthy, b. Apr. 22, 1816; d. Mar. 28, 1903. 

V. Susan, b. Sept. 22, 1818. 

vi. Sarah Hannah, b. June 16, 1822. 

vii. Mary, b. June 6, 1824. 

viii. Louisa Maria, b. July 21, 1826; d. June 18, 1891. 

ix. Harriet Newell, b. Aug. 3, 1828; d. Nov. 6, 1849. 

267. Nathaniel* Lobinq (il&eP, Jonathan^, Israe?, 
Johnny Thomas^), bom at Barre April 15, 1785; married 
May 12, 1814, Elizabeth, daughter of Benjamin and Virtue 
Wadsworth, of Grafton; she died June 2, 1878, aged 82 
years and 3 months. 

He was a millwright; lived at Barre. In 1812 he joined 
with others in buying mill property at Petersham and 
carrying on manufacturing business there. Was a repre- 
sentative in 1839. 

He died January 21, 1840. 

Children: 

Ml. i. Joseph FuUer^ b. May 10, 1815. 

ii. Martha Caroline, b. Sept. 14, 1818; m. June 15, 1843, Sami^ 
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Children: 

1. N. Loring Heald, b. Jan. 19, 1845. 

2. Mary G. Heald, b. Jan. 31, 1851; m. W. M. Freeman, 

of Woroeflter. 

3. Sampson Clark Heald, Jr., b. Oct. 18, 1854. 

542. ill. Nelson, b. Jan. 10, 1821. 

543. iv. David, b. Dec. 19, 1822. 

544. V. Wmard, b. Sept. 11, 1826. 
vL R. Read. 

vii. Elixa Ann, b. Aug. 12, 1828; d. at Woroeater Sept 17, 1807. 

268. Artemas' Loring {Abe?, Jonathan^ IsraeP, Johnny 
Thomas^), born at Barre April 29, 1790; married Mercy, 
daughter of Dea. Andrew Sears, of Greenwich; she died 
May 2, 1875, aged 78 years, 8 months and 15 days. 

Resided at Petersham. 

He died July 14, 1877, bequeathing his estate to his 
wife for life use; then to sons Norman D. and Albert C. 
Loring and daughters Lucy A. and Elisabeth M. Loring. 

Children: 

i. Norman Dantique^ b. Oct. 4, 1820; d. iinm. Nov. 26, 1880. 

ii. Mary MariUa, b. Oct. 25, 1822; m. (1) June 28, 1838, OUver 
O. Richmond; m. (2) Sept. 4, 1844, EUia Ck^k; m. (3) 
Alfred Peekham. She d. as his widow Aug. 5, 1910. 

545. iii. Albert Clark, b. May 3, 1825. 

iv. Lucy Ann, b. Nov. 16, 1826; d. unm. July 14, 1870. 
V. Elisabeth M., b. in 1810; m. at Ware June 16, 1870, David 
Dudley. 

269. WiLUAM* LoRiNO {John^, Jonathan^, Israe?, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Marlborough April 27, 1789; married 
October 19, 1825, Anna, daughter of Aaron and Polly 
Newton; she died at Southboro June 21, 1874, aged 72 
yeara, 2 months and 24 days. 

He resided at Marlborough; was a captain. 
He died of fever November 2, 1843. 

Children: 

i. Sophia Ann^ b. May 9, 1827; d. July 23, 1886. 
ii. Maiy Jane, b. Apr. 25, 1829; m. Sept. 27, 1876, Emery 
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iii. William Henry, b. Mar. 2, 1832; d. July 26, 1896. 

iv. Henry Sidney, b. Aug. 15> 1837 ; d. Apr. 30, 1851. 

M6. V. William Sidney, b. Aug. 26, 1839. 

vi. Francis Whitney, b. July 29, 1842; d. unm. Nov. 4, 1909. 

260. JoHi^ LoRiNO {John\ Jonathan^, Israeli, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Marlborough July 22, 1795; married 
May 31, 1827, Harriet, daughter of Stephen and Sally 
(Esterbrooks) Williams; she died January 15, 1881, aged 
75 years and 6 months. 

He lived at Marlborough. He died August 3, 1881. 

Children: 

548. i. John Dennis^ b. Jan. 6, 1828; d. Dec. 13, 1909. 

549. ii. Charles Chauncy, b. Sept. 4, 1829; d. Aug. 16, 1904. 
iii. Nahum, b. Feb. 17, 1833; d. Jan. 1, 1852. 

iv. Harriet E.,b. July 21, 1831 ;d. Mar. 4, 1901. 
V. Elmer, b. May 14, 1836; d. unm. Dec. 20, 1881. 
vi. Sarah Maria, b. Nov. 2, 1837. 

vii. Mary Whitney, b. Aug. 18, 1841; m. Jan. 26, 1875, Joseph 
Edward Brig^iam, b. May 12, 1844, d. June 19, 1905. 
Child: 
Alice May Brigham, b. Nov. 24, 1876; m. Dec. 3, 1907, 

Clarence Edgar Gilmore. 
Children: 

(1) Lormg Edgar Gilmore, b. Apr. 18, 1909. 

(2) Ltoyd Henry Gilmore^ b. Sept. 26, 1910. 

(3) Elbert Edward Gilmore, b. Nov. 14, 1913. 

261. EuAER* LoRiNG {Jokn^, Janaihan\ I^aeP, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Marlborough September 8, 1797; mar* 
ried January 18, 1827, Mary Martha Hastings, of Boyls- 
ton, bom February 21, 1808. She survived him and 
married second, Joel Kendall. She died December 22, 
1884. 

Resided at Boylston in 1829; bought land in partner* 
ship with Lambert Lampson. 

Children: 

i. Mary Ha8tingB^ b. Aug. 11, 1827; d. Oct. 9, 1341. 
ii. Caroline Courtland, b. July 6, 1829; m. Nov. 18, 1847, 
John W. Jordan. 
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iv. George Ehoer, b. Mar. 26, d Nov. 5, 1832. 
553. V. Silas Haatin^B. b^ Sept. 18, 1833. 

vi. Sarah Elisabeth, b. Jul^r 11» 1885; m. Nov. 3, 1855, Horace 

Holt, of Andover. 
viL Harriet Sophia, b. Dec. 24, 1837; m. at Woreeater June 16, 

1850, John B. Dennis, of Norwich, Conn. 

264. Thobias* Loring {Thomas^, Jonathan^, IsraeP, 
John\ Thomas^), bom at Lansingburghy N. Y., May 2, 
1806; married. 

He settled at Blackwood, N. Y. 

266. EzEKisL HowB* Loring {DaniePj Nathan^, /^ 
raePf John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Sudbury February 4, 1776; 
married March 2, 1797, Lydia Perry. 

He was a physician; settled at Rising Sun, Ind.; after 
1816. 

CMdren (partial list), the first five recorded at Sudbury: 

i. Bathflheba', bapt. Aug. 5, 1798. 

ii. Harrison Otis, bapt. May 11, 1800. 

iii. Charlotte, bapt. " at her father's house," Mar. 14, 1803. 

iv. Lydia Perry, bapt. Sept. 4, 1808. 

V. A child, b. in 1812; d. May 1, 1816. 

556. vi. Israel. ^ 
vii. Kradley; d. s.p. 

267. Oliver Rice* Loring (DanieP, Nathan^, Israe?, 
John\ Thamas^)^ bom at Belpre, O., about June 20, 1790; 
married first, Fanny Warren, bom November 20, 1796, 
died June 13, 1828. He married second, October 9, 1828, 
Ormda Howe, bom January 20, 1799, died April 29, 1889. 

He resided at Belpre, O. Was an associate judge of 
the county court for thirteen years. Was considered a 
man of excellent discrimination and fairness. 

He died November 21 , 1873. 

Children: 

557. i. Daniel Warren^ b. Dec. 1, 1821. 

ii. Lucy Rebecca, b. July 30, 1824; m. Rev. Monroe L. Edwards; 
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iii. Jesse Davis, b. Aug. 20, 1826; d. unm. Nov. 22, 1871. 
iv. Israel W.,b. Dec. 20, 1880; d. Feb. 18, 1835. 
£68. v. Francis Hanmer, b. July 9, 1832. 

vi. Oftroline A., b. Nov. 19, 1833; d. Feb. 8, 1885. 

vii. Vinton Z., b. Jan. 31, 1835; d. Sept. 6, 1838. 

viii. Julia O., b. Apr. 12, 1836; d. Sept. 6, 1838. 

ix. Evaline F., b. June 14, 1837; d. Sept. 11, 1838. 

X. Delia Maria, b. Dec. 22, 1838; m. Oct. 26, 1866, Rev. 

Edward Morris, 
xi. Elethe S., b. Mar. 22, 1841; m. Mar. 22, 1864, A. W. Ford; 

rem. to Logan, la.; d. June 4, 1864. 
xii. Corwin Howe, b. Feb. 5, 1843; d. July 17, 1864, in the Union 

army, 

268. Jesse* Lorino {DanieP, Nathan\ IsraeP, John\ 
Thomas^) ^ bom at Belpre, O. (date not knovm to writer); 
married (name of wife not reported); is said to have been 
a man of efficiency, elected and served in the important 
position of county sheriflf. He died at a comparatively 
early age. His children have all died leaving no descend- 
ants to bear the name. 

Children: 

i. Fanny^ m. George Oage. 
ii. Mary, m. Chariea Hale. 
Children: 

1. Pierre Hale. 

2. Carl Hale, 
iii. William, d. unm. 
iv. Austin, d. unm. 



Charles Greelt^ Lorinq {CdleV, CdM)\ 
Caleh^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston May 2, 1794; 
married first, at Litchfield, Conn., Anna Pierce Brace, 
of Litchfield, bom December 19, 1798, died at Boston 
December 24, 1836. He married second, in 1840, Mary 
Ann, daughter of Justice Samuel Putnam, bom at Salem in 
1804, died in 1846* He married third, at Milton, July 15, 
1850, Mrs.Comelia(Amory) Goddard, daughter of Francis 
Amory, of Boston, and widow of George A. Goddard; 
she was one of the founders of the New England Hospital 
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of women, and in the work of the Sanitary CommisBion 
during the Civil War. She died in Florence, Italy, May 
13, 1875, and was buried there. Mr. Loring was a medal 
scholar at the Boston Latin School; was graduated at 
Harvard College in 1812; was fourth in his class, had a 
detur, and was a « B K man; studied in the only law school 
then in the country, at Litchfield, Conn.; was admitted 
to the SufFolk bar in 1815, and was for a time in the office 
of Justice Charles Jackson, in Boston, then established 
his own office. 

"From 1825 to 1855 the published reports show that 
no other man in Boston had so large a number of cases 
in court, and of the cases of no other was the proportion 
of cases so large which by the novelty of the questions 
they raised . . • may be considered as establishing new 
law or giving more scope to recognized law." (Theoph. 
Parsons.) 

He defended the fugitive slave, Thotnas Sims, in 1851. 
In 1854 he gave up most of his law practice to become 
actuary of the Massachusetts Hospital life Insurance 
Company. From 1835 to 1857 he was a Fellow of Har- 
vard College; LL.D. in 1851; State senator in 1862. He 
was commanderof the New England Guards in 1824 at 
the time of Lafayette's visit to Boston. He was a mem- 
ber of the Massachusetts Historical Society, the American 
Antiquarian Society, American Academy of Arts and 
Sciences, and the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society. He was a member of the West Church and for 
fifteen years superintendent of the Sunday School. 

''He was a cool, deliberate speaker, with great con- 
centration and logical argumentation.'' His principal 
orations were ''the Fourth of July, 1821"; at the Republi- 
can mass meeting in 1862; the citizens' meeting after the 
assassination of Lincoln, and at the Harvard commemo- 
ration of her soldiers in the Civil War. His most notable 
writings, a pamphlet on neutral relations between the 
United States and England, 1863, an answer to Lord 
Hartington ("Hstoricus"), and one cm Reconstruction. 

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known as Pride's Crossings in 1846; had a fine farm and 
raised high-bred swine, cattle and poultry, with which 
he improved the stock of the neighboring farmers. Here 
he died October 8, 1867. 

Children: 

565. i. Caleb William^ b. July 31, 1819. 

ii. Jane Lathrop, b. Aug. 27, 1821 ; m. May 4, 1848, Aaa Gray, 
M.D., LL.D., the distiiigaiahed botaniflt. He was pro- 
feBBor at Harvard; collected and left to the college an 
invaluable herbarium. He was author of many scientific 
books and articles; FeUow and leader of the American 
Academy from 1841; he received many degrees and was 
a member bf many learned societies. (See " Letters of 
Asa Gray," edited by Mrs. Jane L. Gray, Bostcm, 1894.) 
Th^ lived in the Botanie Garden, Cambridge. Dr. 
Gray died Jan. 3, 1888; Mrs. Gray d. at Pride's Crossing 
July 29, 1909, bur. at Mount Auburn. 

ill. Susan Mary, b. in Boston June 22, 1823; m. Mar. 23, 1843, 
Patrick iWy Jackson, of Boston, b. Nov. 5, 1818, d. 
Nov. 10, 1891. She d. Mar. 7, 1895; a woman of great 
literary taste, with rare gift of memory . 

Children: 

1. Patrick Tracy Jackson, Jr., b. Dec. 19, 1844; entered 

Harvard College in 1861 and left the same year to 
enter the Union army. Was lieut. in the Ist Mass. 
Cavalry and capt. in tiie 5th Mass. Cavalry (cdored); 
served gallantly through the war; afterward went 
into the cotton business. Res. Cambridge and 
Pride's Crossing. He m. in 1871 Eleanor Baker 
Gray. 

2. Charles Loring Jackson, b. Apr. 4, 1847; Harvard, 

A.B., 1867; A.M.; studied at Heidelberg and Berlin, 
'1873-5; instructor and then Professor of Chemistry at 
Harvard, 1867-1912 ; now Emeritus. Author of many 
papers on Organic and some on Inorganic Chemistry. 
Fehow of American Academy, of Arts and Sciences, 
and secretary for many years. Member British Asso- 
ciation for tiie Advancement of Science, etc. Resides 
in Cambridge, Boston and at Pride's Qrossing, where 
he has a remarkable garden. 

3. Anna Pierce Jackson, b. at Boston Sept. 21, 1855; res. 

at Boston and Pride's Crossing. Director for 
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and for forty years of the Home for A^ Colored 
Women. An authority in charity administration. 
4. Ernest Jackson, b. at Boston Oct. 13, 1857; grad. 
Harvard, 1878, and A.M., with honors. A teacher 
by profession. One of the founders and member 
of executive committee 'of the Archsological Insti- 
tute of America, secretary of Boston branch. Hada 
fine collection of savage implements and weapons. 
A vestryman of King's Chapel and secretary of 
Benevolent Fraternity of Churches. He d. Feb. 27, 
1913. 
666. iv. Charles Greely, b. at Boston, July 22, 1828. 

V. Kirkland, b. at Beverly Aug. 20, 1851 ; d. Nov. 5, 1852. 

270. William Joseph^ Lobing {Caieb^, Calebs Calebs, 
John*, Thomas^) y bom at Boston October 8, 1795; married 
October 12, 1825, Anna, daughter of Hon. Israel and 
Anna (Dodge) Thomdike, born at Bd^rerly June 26, 
1804, died March 28, 1872. 

He was graduated at Harvard College in 1813. Was a 
member of the Washington Benevolent Society that 
year. Became president of the Commercial Insurance 
Company. Was a member of the Horticultural Society. 

He died in 1841. On March 8 the widow requested the 
appomtment of her husband's brother, Francis C. Loring, 
administrator of the estate. 

Children: 

i. Augustus Tho^]dike^ b. Dec. 21, 1826; d. May 9, 1840. 

ii. Sarah Dana, b. Feb. 19, 1827; m. (int. at Cambridge 
Sept. 26, 1846) Richard Saltonstall Greenough, a cele- 
brated sculptor. She had great talent for music and 
poetry; was a member of the Royal Academy of Santa 
Cecilia at Rome, where the family lived soon after their 
marriage; she d. in the Tyrol, bur. at Rome. 
Children: 

1. Anna Loring Greenough, b. at Boston in 1848; m. 

Atherton Blight; she d. in 1897. 

2. Richard Gordon Greenough, b. at Boston in 1851; 

d. in Italy in 1885. 
iii. William Joseph, Jr., b. at Boston June 11, 1828; d. in China 

in 1864. 
iv. Anna, b. Aug. 27, 1830; d. Feb. 3, 1832. 
V. Mary Greely, b. Dec. 27, 1831 ; was prominent in the Sanitary 

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Italy, after 1875; d. at Vevey, Swits., Not. 1, 1913 (a 
in oolumbarium there). 

vi. Francis William, b. at Boston May 26, 18S8; m. Deo. 30, 
1806, Caroline Lyttleton Pole Carew of Antony, Corn- 
wall, Eng.; she d. at London in 1910. He grad. Harvard 
in 1859; served in the Union army, 1862-5; sergeant-major 
of 24thregt. Mass. Vol. Inf.; adjut., 38th r^.; aide to Gen. 
W. H. E^ory; brevet capt. and major U.S.y. He was 
in business for a time; beeame an artist and lived after 
1875 in Europe with his sister tiU his marriage, then with 
his wife in Florence and England. He d. at Meran 
. Oct. 29, 1905. 

viL Isa, b. Sept. 25, 1840; res. at Northborou^; d Aug. 25, 1913. 

271. Francis Caleb* Loring (Cofc6», Caleb\ Cak¥, 
John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston September 19, 1800; 
married in January, 1836 Miriam Mason, daughter of 
ThcHnas and Anna Drummer (Powell) Perkins. She died 
April 28, 1871. 

He was graduated at Harvard in 1828, A.M.; studied 
law and became a counsellor at law in Boston. He was 
learned m Equity and Admiralty law. He died at 
Nahant, August 19, 1874. 

Children: 

1. Aniui PoweD^ b. June 24, 1837. She and her nater Miriam 
were workm in the Sanitary Commiflsion. 

ii. Miriam P^rkinB, b. Aug. 31, 1839. 

iii. Franda Caleb, Jr., b. Nov. 13, 1841; grad. Hanr. CoIL in 
18S3; d. Oct. 30, 1888. 

ir. Gertrude, b. June 27, 1844; m. May 27, 1867, Nathaniel P. 

HlMTllftTI. 

Childien: 

1. Miriam Perldns Hamlen, b. May 6, 1871; m. Oct. 10, 

1911, Edward R. Warren. 

2. Elisabeth Perkins Hamlen, b. Oct. 11, 1872. 

3. Paul M. Hamlen, b. Dec. 24, 1874; m. Dec. 7, 1901, 

A. Dorothy Devena. 

4. Gertrude Loring Hamlen, b. Jan. 20, 1877; m. Not. 

1, 1904, D. K. Catlin, of St. Louis, Mo. 
▼. Helen, b. July 16, 1851. 

272. Edward Gbxxlt* Lomng {Edward^, Caleb^, CdU¥, 
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married in 1829 Harriet^ daughter of Francis and Mary 
Boott, of Boston, granddaughter of Kirk Boott, who came 
from Derby, En^and. She was bom in 1808. 

He was graduated at Harvard College in 1821; studied 
at the Law School at Litchfield, Conn., and entered the 
office of his cousin, Charles Greely Loring, in Boston; was 
admitted to Suffolk bar in 1824. He then opened an 
office of his own and became a master in Chancery. As 
was the custom of the day, he joined the New England 
Guards; was made commander of the company in 1829. 
He was a member of the school committee in 1846-7 
and wrote some remarkable reports pointing out mistakes 
in administration and instruction, suggesting reforms that 
have since been adopted. (See quotations in MS. of 
J. A. Loring.) In 1840 he was appointed commissioner 
of the United States Circuit Court, and in 1847 judge 
of probate for Suffolk County, lecturer at Harvard School. 

The Fugitive Slave Law was enacted by Congress in 
September, 1850. The jurisdiction in all cases of runa- 
way slaves was given to the United States commissioners, 
and United States marshals were charged with the 
execution of their decrees. April 12, 1851, Thomas 
Sims, who had escaped from slavery in the south, was 
arrested in Boston and taken before the commissioner 
for trial, as to whether he should be returned to his 
master. Mr. Charles Greely Loring, a double cousin 
of the commissioner, defended him. He was ordered 
to be taken back to New Orleans and was sold to a Vicks- 
burg brick nmson. May 27, 1854, Anthony Burns, 
another escaped slave, was brought before Commis- 
sioner Loring, by whom, in accordance with the law, he 
was ordered to be retmned to his master. This caused 
great excitement in Boston; the judge was threatened 
and badly treated, and the legislature made an attempt 
to remove him from his office ''by address"; Governor 
Gardner refused to comply, on which account he lost his 
re-election. In the next legislature, 1858, a new "ad-* 
dress" was passed, as well as a law consolidating the 
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requiring the dismissal of all judges and the appointment 
of new ones. Gov^nor Banks signed both measures 
and Judge Loring — with twentynsix other judges — 
went out of office. President Buchanan, however, ap- 
pointed him a justice of the United States Court of 
Claims at Washington, D. C, which office he filled with 
distinction imtil 1877, after he passed the age limit. 
He died at his seaside home at Winthrop June 19, 1890. 

Children: 

i. Francis Gredy^ d. in infancy. 

ii. Charles Gredy, b. in 1S28; m. Emma Coleman. Served 
as a Master in the Navy in the Civil War. 

iii. Mary Boott, b. Feb. 22, 1834; res. at Washington, D. C; d. 
Mar. 22, 1905. 

iv. Edward Gredy, Jr., b. in 1835; m. (1) Jan. 3, 1866, Che- 
valita, dau. of James and Mizabeth R. Jarvis, of New 
Bedford, m, 22; she d. Aug. 16, 1883. He m. (2) Helen 
Swift. He became a distinguished oculist in New York. 

V. Wright Boott, b. Dec. 22, 1840; waa in business in Manila; 
later U. S. vice-consul at Doilo; d. on the passage home. 

vi. Harriet Boott, b. Jan. 20, 1844; res. at Washington, D. C. 

vii. Helen Pdham, b. in July, 1846; d. Mar. 23, 1849. 
572. viii. Francis Boott, b. July 18, 1850. 

274. George Homer^ Loring {Joshua^, Israel*, Cal^\ 
John\ Thomas^,) bom at Boston in 1804; married Mary, 
daughter of John and Susanna (Dix) Thwing, bom in 
October, 1803, died July 29, 1889. - 

He was brought up in Boston; removed to Millbury, 
later to Newton. He died at Boston April 14, 1882. 

Children: 
i. Mary Elisabeth^ b. in 1833; d. Oct. 6, 1857. 
iL Harriet Georgette, b. Feb. 1839. 
ill Susan Louise, b. Mar. 15, 1842; m. Dec. 7, 1884, Walter 

Rockwood Davis, 
iv. George, b. Sept. 3, 1845; d. of an injury to the head Aug. 4, 

1847. 

276. Joseph^ Lorino {Benjamin^, Benjamin*, Benja^ 
mtn', Benjamin^ Thomas^) , bom at Boston in 1759; 
married in 1786, Sajrah Pratt; she died in 1839, aged 78. 

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pany of Captain Edes in Colonel Craft's artillery regi- 
ment, May 12 to September 16, 1776. 

He died in Jime, 1812. 

Children: 
573a. i. Joeeph^, b. in 1786. 

574. ii. Benjamiiiy b. in 1791; wrecked on Nantucket Shoals. 

575. iii. William, b. in 1794. 

iv. Sarah, b. in 1796; m. Nath. Brown« 

280. David* Loring {Davids ^ Davids, Benjamin^, Ben- 
jamin^, Thomas^), bom at Boston in 1768; married May 
15, 1796, Sarah Perley, of Haverhill, bom April 7, 1771, 
died December 22, 1853. 

He was then of Enfield, N. H., but settled at Boston. 
He was a merchant. He lost his life by the upsetting of 
a boat too heavily loaded with merchandise (from ship 
Raivhow, Captain Williams) on the Rio de la Plata in 
South America, October 30, 1800. 

Children: 

i. Elisa^ m. Mar. 22, 1825, at Concord, H. H. Wolcott, of 

Hartford, Conn, 
ii. Nathaniel, d. in 1815. 

577. iii. David, b. Mar. 1, 1800. 

281. Jonathan* Lobing (Jonathan^^ David^, Benjamin^, 
Benjamin^ f Thomas^), bom at Boston in 1767; married 
first, in 1791, Polly Hayden; she died October 4, 1792, 
aged 24. He married second Anna Haldane. 

He resided at Boston ; was a housewright. Was captain 
of the Ancient and Honorable Artillery Company; 
overseer of the poor in 1825; member of the conmion 
council in 1827; at one time on the board of health; a 
term in the l^uslature. He received from the Massa- 
chusetts Humane Society in 1799 a reward for signal 
service in saving the life of a child from drowning. 

He died August 29, 1834. 

Children: 

578. i. David Sawyer^ b. Nov. 25, 1802; "went to Wisconsin." 
ii. Ann McOuire, b. Sept. 29, 181 1 ; m. in 1887 George C. Briggs. 
iii. Margaret Davidson (twin), b. Sept. 29, 1811; m. in 

Geo. A. Woods. 



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Henrt^ Loring {Janathan^f Damd^f Benjamin^ 
Benjamin^ Thomas^) jhom at Boeton (twin with Margaret) 
December 19, 1773; married May 22, 1794, Sarah Stewart 
CoUins, bom March 15, 1774; she survived him and died 
March 15, 1846. 

He resided at Marbldiead. He died February 11, 
1817. 

Children: 

i. Jonathan Heard^ b. Feb. 27, 1708; d. June 12, 1801. 
579. ii. Henry Knapp, b. Nov. 17, 1800. 

iii. Mary Woart, b. July 28, 1803; m. May 15, 1828, Henry Rea, 

Jr. 
iv. Anna Haldane, b. Aug. 31, 1805; m. Deo. 1, 1825, George 

W. Bryant; she d. Apr. 14, 1890. 
680. V. Jonathan Heard, b. Mar. 16, 1808. 

vi. Barah W., b. Oct 5, 1810; m. July 27, 1837, Samuel A. 

Turner, 
vii. Elisa Ann, b. in 1813; d. Feb. 28, 1834. 
viii. William Woart, b. Mar. 24, 1814; d. unm. Aug. 25, 1867; 

bequeathing his prop^y to his dster and nephews and 

nieces specified. 



288. HxNRT^ Loring {Joseph^f David^, Benjamin^, 
Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Boston (twin with John) 
November 19, 1792; married first, February 24, 1818, 
Elizabeth F. Tracy, who died August 15, 1828, aged 37. 
He married second (intention at Newton November 
22, 1829), Mary Middleton, daughter of James S. and 
Helen Lovell, bom November 28, 1795, died February 
28, 1876. 

He was a merchant in Boston, of the firm of Loring, 
Fiske & Co. Was a customs officer at one time. One 
of the foimders of Mount Auburn Cemetery in 1835. 
Resided at Brookline. 

He died June 11^ 1866. 



Children: 



Henrietta TnGy^ b. Dec. 15, 1818; m. Oct. 8, 1841, Capt. 
James Henry Carieton, U. 8. A.; she d. at Fort Gibson 
Oct. 16, 1842. 



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ii. Anne, b. Nov. 9, 1820; d. unm. May 13, 1906. 

ill. Misabeth Ferris, b. May 28, 1822; d. unm. Dec. 27, 1871. 

582. iv. Henry, b. May 31, 1824. 

V. Mary Wyer, b. July 5, 1827; d. May 1, 1898; m. Sept. 29, 
1857, Dr. Charles Frederic Crehore, of Newton. He was 
b. at Newton June 18, 1828; grad. Rensselaer Pol. Inst, 
in 1849; Harv. Medical School, I860;' was a physician 
and a manufacturer. He d. Nov. 8, 1803. 
Children: 

1. Frederic Morton Crehore, b. July 16, 1858. 

2. Elisabeth Tracy Crehore, b. Dec. 21, 1859. 

vi. Helen Sheafe, b. Feb. 21, 1831; music teacher; d. unm. 

Jan. 1, 1884. 
.582a. vii. James Lovell, b. Sept. 20, 1833. 
viii. Emma Lovell, b. Dec. 26, 1834. 
ix. Frances livingptone, b. Jan. 4, 1837; became a music 

teacher; d. unm. Jan. 30, 1905. 

284. William* Loring (BenjamtV, Datnd^, Benjamivfj 
Benjamin? J Thomas^) ^ bom at Boeton in 1789; married in 
1813, Harriet B. Lee, who died in 1876. 

He learned the trade of rope maker and was in business 
in Boston a long time; was a constable, 1846-1852. Re- 
moved to California in 1855 with all his family except 
TVilliam; died at San Francisco, Cal., in 1856. 

Children : 
i. Mary Ann^ b. Nov. 13, 1814; m. Mar. 15, 1855, Richaid 

Savage Stratton; d. May 27, 1908. 
ii. Elizabeth, b. Sept. 21, 1816; d. Feb. 18, 1824. 

583. iii. WiUiam b. Mar. 9, 1819. 

iv. Benjamin, b. July 20, 1821 ; d. at sea, mmi. 

V. Asa Lee, b. Dee. 29, 1823; m. Harriet Tarbox; was a remark* 
ably skilful worker in gold and silver and jewelry; he and 
his brother George Henry took prises at Maes. Char. 
Mech. Association. Removed to San Francisco, Cal., 
where he was an assayer; was fatally injured in a mine 
where he was prospecting; he d., s.p., Feb. 12, 1804. 

584. vi. George Henry, b. July 20, 1826. 

585. vii. Samuel, b. Aug. 1, 1828. 

viii. Louisa Warren, b. May 14, 1831; m. Nathaniel W. Knowl- 
ton; their son, Loring Woodbridge Knowlton, b. May 
30, 1859, d. May 16, 1894. She d. May 7, 1915. 

ix. Elizabeth Brown, b. May 7, 1834; m. May 22, 1854, Samuel 
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Children: 

1. William Lorisg Beal, m. GeorKia M. Laws; d. Dee. 11, 

1890. 

2. Frank Lee Beal, b. Oct. 14, 1860; d. July 10, 1863. 

3. Charles Ladd Beal, b. Oct. 6, 1865. 
X. Harriet, b. Feb. 27, 1837; d. unm. 

xi. Frances Sarah, b. Sept. 22, 1838; d. unm. 

xii. Sarah Frances (twin), b. Sept. 22, 1838; m. (1) John Wesley 

Ladd; m. (2) D. Albert Hiller, M.D.; she d., s.p., Jan. 

23, 1907. 

286. James Speare^ Lorino (/ames^, JamM^^ John^, 
Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boston August 6, 1799; 
married November 27, 1834, Amia Bradley, dau^ter of 
AmoB and Judith (Little) Chase. She died in Brooklyn, 
N.Y., October 27, 1872. 

He was educated in the public schools and in the private 
school of Masters Lyon and Farrar. Ento^ into his 
father's bookstore and printing establishment and fol- 
lowed the business through his life. He was fond of re- 
search and composition; wrote for periodicals somewhat. 
He compiled and published the book entitled ^'The 
Hundred Boston Orators." His chief literary work 
was gathering materials from public and private sources 
for a family genealogy, which he arranged in a manuscript 
for pubUcation, callmg it "CHRONICLES OR ANCES- 
TRAL RECORDS of the LORING FAMILY of MASSA- 
CHUSETTS BAY: In four parts, exhibituig the gene- 
alogy of the four sons of Dea. Thomas Loringe of Devon- 
shire, England, 1634." He included some very lengthy 
accounts of some matters which would interest very few 
presfflitrday readers, but acciunulated a large fund of 
valuable information about the family down to the close 
of his active life. This manuscript was copied at the 
expense of Hon. Caleb William Loring, and indexed by 
Mr. John Arthur Loring, forming a handy volume, 
typewritten. This was given to the New England His- 
toric Genealogical Society, of Boston, of which Mr. 
Loring was the first elected member (February 8, 1845), 
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volume. It was a very fine contribution to the family, 
and the name of James Speare Loring should be passed 
with loving remembrance from generation to generation 
of the Loring family in perpetuo. 

Mr. Loring spent the latter part of his life with his son 
at Brooklyn, N. Y., and died there April 12, 1884. 

Children: 

L JaxDes Be^tram^ b. Aug. 29, 1837; with the N. Y. EqyitaUe 
life Aasociotion 45 years. He was their first derk; was 
chief of the securities departooent, having charge of the 
vaults. When he resigned on account of in health in 
1903 his. salary (S3500) was continued as a pension. Res. 
at Brooklyn; N. Y., unm. 

ii. Anna Isabelle, b. Aug. 20, 1846; d. June 16, 1847. 

286. Saicuel* Loring {SamueP, Samuel^, Samuel^, 
Benjamn\ Thomas^), bom at Hull October 21, 1784; 
married June 8, 1814, Lucy, daughter of Laban Pratt, 
of Weymouth, bom August 26, 1786, died June 11, 1871. 

When a lad of fifteen he lost his right hand by the ac- 
cidental discharge of his gun when hunting; but he leamed 
to write finely with the left, and became a capable account- 
ant. Spent some time in Boston in mercantile life, but 
returned to the farm. Was very constantly in town 
offices, selectman, assessor, clerk, etc., and the recognized 
guardian of law and order in the conmiunity. Held a 
commission as magistrate in the county. ''His life ex- 
hibited some of the best points of the Puritan character.'' 

He died November 9, 1868. 

Children: 
L Lucy Norton^ b. Mar. 28, 1816; d. May 29, 1816. 
ii. Lucy Norton, b. Apr. 25, 1816; d. unm. July 7, 1901. 
689. iiL Abner BickneU, b. July 14, 1817. 
090. iv. Samuel Harvey, b. Apr. 10, 1819. 

▼. Nancy Rice, b. Dec. 24, 1820; m. July 18, 1850, Robert 

Goold. 
Ti. Lewis Pratt, b. July 10, 1822; a popular and useful man; 
long town derk, onoe representative, well versed in local 
affairs and a prominent Republican. He d. unm. Oct. 
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vii. Banh Jane, b. Sept. 8, 1824; m. Aug. 23, 1844, Bev. Samud 

Beedle, of Nantucket (his second wife), 
viii Hachel Gushing, b. Aug. 4, 1827; d. Dec. 19, 1843. 
ix. Ansd Pratt, b. June 2, 1830; served in the 47th Mass. Vol. 

Inf.; d. at camp near New Orleans in June, 1863. 



287. John Gould* Loring iSamue?^ Sainuel\ SamueP, 
Benjamin^ Thomas^), born at Hull April 5, 1788; married 
first, in 1812, Martha Rand, who died April 18, 1817, 
aged 33 years. He married second, Elisabeth B., daugh- 
ter of John B. Bronsdon, of Boston; she died May 30, 
1868, aged 83 years, 6 months and 16 days. 

He was a coppersmith at Boston; a deacon of a church. 

He died January 22, 1853. 

Children: 

i. John Gould^ b. Feb. 5, 1825; grad. Brown Univ. in 1849; 

Hanr. Law School in 1850; d. linm. Odt. 20, 1873. 
ii. Elisabeth, m. in 1848 Dr. Benjamin S. Codman. 
iii. Martha J., b. in 1829; m. May 22, 1856, George A Potter, 

of Salem, mariner. 



Jonathan* Loring {JanaOuin^ Samvel^, SamveP^ 
Benjamin^ Thomas^)^ bom at Hull June 4, 1785; married 
in 1807 Eliza P. Orcutt (daughter of Micah and Hannah) ; 
she died at Chelsea, October 19, 1865, aged 77 years, 
6 months. 

He was a sailmaker in Boston. Resided latterly at 
Chelsea. Was a deacon of the church. 

He died March 16, 1880. 

Children: 

i. Sarah P.^, d. at Cambridge Feb. 26, 1892, e. 82 yrs., 7 mo., 
lOdys. 

594. ii. James, b. in Sept., 1811. 

iii. Elisa A., m. in 1840 Theophilus Smith, 

iv. Harriet Q., b. Feb. 5, 1817 ; d. Jan. 20, 1891. 

V. Mary Jane, b. in 1824; d. in 1843. 

595. vi. Jonathan Francis, b. Sept. 10, 1828. 
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288. Jambs G0UI4D* Lobino {Jonathan^, Samuel^ 
SamuePj Benjamin\ Thomas^), bom at Hull in 1788; 
married in 1811 Mary Dillaway. ''Mary, widow of 
James Loring, died in Boston March 8, 1850, aged 56." 

He died in 1825. 

Children: 

i. Mary^ 

ii. Caroline D., b. in 1820; m. at Boston Jan. 7, ISSl, George 

W. CanieB, 9. 29. 
iiL Emdine. 
iv. Louisa. 



290. William Pbicb^ Lobino {Matthew^, SamueL\ 
SamuePj Benjamin^ Thonuuf)^ bom in Boston about 
1795; married Eiisa, daughter of Jesse Harding, of Haver- 
hill; she died August 12, 1865, aged 67 years, 2 months, 
15 days. 

He was a goldsmith; one of the customs officers many 
years. Went to San Francisco, CaL, as an assayer in 
1849, but returned to this State. 

He died February 1, 1878. 

Children: 

i. Sarah Agnes^ b. Feb. 8, 1826. 
606. ii. Charies Harding, b. Deo. 26, 1828. 

iii. William Francis, b. Sept. 26, 1830; d. in 1847. 

iv. Emily Webster, b. May 1, 1833; m. Nov. 29, 1864, George 
H. Hastings, merchant, of Hakodadi, Japan, b. at Nor- 
wich, Vt. 

291. Francis M.^ Loring {MaJUhevfi^ 8amuel\ SamueP, 
Benjamin^ Thomas^), born at Boston September 26, 1811; 
married Eliza B., daughter of Jonathan and Lydia Bruce, 
of Hull, bom April 17, 1813, died. May 5, 1883. 

He died at Gloucester August 17, 1888. 

292. Joseph B.^ Loring {Matthew^, Samuel^ SamueP, 
'Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Boston; married first, in 
1836, '' Vicy " Matilda Jones, who died m 1839. 



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He mAnied second, in 1840, Rebecca Seavey. 
He died in 1842. 

Child: 

Matada^ 



293. Caleb Gould^ Lorino (CaieV, Samuel^ SamueP^ 
Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Boston January 20, 1796; 
married January 20, 1817, Harriet, daughter of Samuel 
and Ruth (Wilkinson) Tuttle, bom January 13, 1799, 
died August 20, 1862. 

He was a hardware merchant in Boston; a member of 
the common council in 1835. He died August 29, 1867; 
was buried at Mount Auburn Cemetery. 

Children: 

601. i. Charles Frederiok\ b. Aug. 9, 1818. 

ii. Caleb Gould, Jr., b. Oct. 2, 1820; m. Jan. 4, 1865, Mary, 
dau. of John and Catherine Tuckerman, He d. Aug. 28, 
1868. 
iii. Harriet, b. June 30, 1823; m. May 6, 1846, Luther Lawrence 
Parker, of Cambridge; she d. Aug. 26, 1861. 
Chfld: 

Luther Lawrence Parker, b. Mar. 26, 1846. 
iv. Mary Ann, b. July 21, 1825; m. Oct. 25, 1840, Stephen H. 
Graupner, b. Nov. 14, 1825, d. May 31, 1864. She d., 
8.p., Feb. 21, 1802. 
▼. Maria Louisa, b. July 14, 1827; m. Jan. 15, 1850, Walter 
J. Brackett, b. at Unity, Me., Jan. 14, 1823. 
Chfld: 

Arthur L(»ing Brackett, b. Odt. 15, 1855; m. June 
7, 1883, Anna Gertrude Staples. 
Chfldren: 

(1) Phflip Loring Brackett, b. June 3, 1885. 

(2) Herbert Alan Brackett, b. Sept. 14, 1887. 

(3) Lawrence Brackett, b. Jan. 15, 1804. 

(4) Donald Brackett, b. Aug. 3, 1806. 

vi. George Augustus, b. Aug. 2, 1820; d. Sept. 7, 1845. 

vu. Eliiabeth, b. July 13, 1831 ; m. Jan. 24, 1850, William StoweU 
Tflton, of Newburyport, b. Feb. 1, 1828; d. Mar. 23, 1880. 

viii. William Henry, b. Aug. 15, d. Sept. 3, 1833. 
608. ix. William Henry, b. Aug. 10, 1834. 
604. X. David Webster, b. Sept. 16, 1836. 



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294. Georoe* Loring (Caieb^^ Samuel\ SamuePy Ben- 
jainin\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boston March 28, 1798; mar- 
ried March 4, 1858, Abigail Schounmacker, of Newark, 
N.J. 

He resided at New York city; was a painter. He died 
March 4, 1858. 

Child: 

Mary^ b. in 1830. 

296. Edward* Lorino {Caleb\ Samuel^ SamuePy Ben- 
jamin\ Thomas^), bom at Boston December 4, 1802; 
married first, May 6, 1828, Ellen Garrabrant. He mar- 
ried second, in 1834, Mary, daughter of Eldad and Sarah 
Granger, bom at Westmoreland, N. H., in 1798, died at 
Boston July 21, 1881. 

He was sealer of weights and measures in Boston; 
resided at Roxbiuy. 

He died at Hammonton, N. J., May 15, 1885. 

Children: 

i. Enuly J J, b. in 1820. 

ii. Harriet S., b. in 1831 ; m. Oct. 31, 1853, Thomas A. JohnatoiL 

iii. Ellen A., b. in 1833; m. Oct. 11, 1853, Washington I. Granger, 

iv. Babra Augusta. 

607. V. Sanford E. 

608. id. Edward R. 

296. Henbt Wiluam^ Loring {Cale¥y Samuel^ jSam- 
ti^P, Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boston December 8, 
1807; married first, September 23, 1830, Elizabeth G. 
Browning, who died in 1837; he married second, January 
1, 1840, Mary Odell. 

He was a jeweler in Boston. 

He died at Hammonton, N. J., February 23, 1885. 

Children: 

609. i. Charles H J, b. in 1831. 
iL Edward W., d. in 1833. 

iiL Laura D., taught schod at Hingham in 1850. 
iv. Caroline A., d. in 1845. 

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297. Samuel' Lorino (CaleV^ Samuel, SamueP^ Ben- 
jannn\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boston, married Elisabeth 
DurreU, daughter of Abram Moore, Esq. 

Was a trader in the West. 



Child: 



Marion Baker^ b. in 1837; m. at Boston, Nov. 9, 1859, 
Walter R. Blake, e. 27. 



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301. Lsvi^ LoRiNG {Joshua^ Thoma^, ThomM^, 
Thoma^j Thomas?^ Thonuuf)^ bom at Plympton March 
19, 1778; married November 28, 1800, Mira, daughter 
of Joel Ellis, bom July 24, 1774; died May 15, 1841. 

He died at Dighton September 25, 1835. 

Children: 

i. Mirn Ellis*, b. Mar. 25, 1801; d. the same year. 

621. ii. Levi, b. at Raynham Aug. 1, 1802. 
iii. Thomas, b. in 1804; d. in 1805. 

622. iv. Thimias ElliB. b. at Plympton May 17, 1806. 
V. Caroline, b. a? Duxbury Aug. 3, 1808. 

vi. Ehnira, b. at Duxbury Nov. 3, 1811; m. Eben Hathaway; 

settled at West Mansfield, O. 
vii. CampbeUEUis,b.inl813;d.inl817. 

623. viii. Southworth, b. July 20, 1818. 

303. IsAAC^ LoBiNO (Simeon^, Thonuu!^, Thoma^, 
Thama^f Thomas? j Thomas^) ^ bom at Plympton August 
10, 1799; married in 1825 Elizabeth, daughter of Lemuel 
Morton, of Plymouth; ahe died May 13, 1872, aged 75 
years, 8 months and 5 days. 

He died January 20, 1884. 

Children: 

624. i. Simeon Morton*, b. Oct. 15, 1826. 

ii. Nancy Sherman, b. Sept. 9, 1830; became a teacher; she 
d. umn. Mar. 23, 1876. 

304. Pebbz^ Lobing {firaddockf, Peresf, Thonuu!^, 
Thomcu^j Thomas^, Thomm^)^ bom at Boston August 21, 
1784; married first, Elisabeth Smalledge. 

He married second, Isabel W. Russ, of Dexter, Me. 
He lived at Boston; was a housewright; captain in 

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the 21st Massachiisette Infantry in the War of 1812. 
Was city surveyor in 1822; member of common council in 
1833. He died November 18, 1844. 

Children: 

L Peres*, b. in 1810; d. at Boston May 12, 1856. 

620. ii. Braddock, b. in 1813. 

627. iii. George, b. Nov. 27, 1814. 

iv. Elisabeth, m. in 1836, Stephen D. Salmon. 

V. Sophia, m. in 1844 Bartholomew Brown. 



304a. Braddock^ Loring {Braddock\ Peresfi, Thoma^, 
Thomas^ J Thama^^ Thomas^), bom at Boston February 
ly 1788; married Sarah Shattuck, of Hartford, Conn. 

He was a sea captain, master of a packet; he received 
a price from the Massachusetts Humane Society in 1816 
for his laudable efforts to save the life of a child. He 
removed to New Orleans, La. 

Child: 

Sarah Mather*, m. at New Orleans June 1, 1884, H(». 
Franklin Sawyer, bapt. at Cambridge June 25, 1809. 
One of their children, John Talbot Sawyer, b. Feb. 4, 
1843, became a Methodist minister, 

SXyi. Fbbehan' Lorino {Freeman^^ Peres^, Thomas^ 
Thomas^, Thomas^ ^ Thomas^), bom at Duxbury April 26, 
1796; married December 14, 1817, Ann Sprague. 

He entered the ministry; settled at Medina, O. 

Child: 

EBram.' 



811. Pbrbz^ Lobino {Levity Pere^, Thomas^ Thomas^ 
Thomas^ f Thomas^) ^ born at Duxbtuy February 17, 
1817; married May 5, 1839, Lucinda, daughter of Asa and 
Diana (Simmons) Chandler, bom September 18, 1819, 
died December 3, 1893. 

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Children: 

628. i. Edgar FraIIoi8^ b. Mar. 28, 1840. 

ii. Sarah Brooks (twin), b. Mar. 28, 1840; d. early. 

iiL Sarah E., b. Oct. 14, 1845; d. unm., Dec. 24, 1867. 

020. hr. Horace Leonard, b. July 26, 1848. 

630. v. Arthur F., b. m 1853. 

vi. Lillian, b. m 1856; m. Nov. 20, 1879, Herbert A. Peterson. 
Child: 
Ethel Peterson, b. May 13, 1884. 

S12. WiLUAM Littlb' Loring {WiUiam^, WiUiam^y 
Nathaniel*, Thama^, Thamas\ Thomas^), born at Duxbury 
June 15, 1796; married Lucy W. Smith. 

He graduated at Harvard Medical School in 1820; 
became a physician; settled at Springfield. 

He died at his father's house at Duxbury, July 6, 1842. 
(Pembroke records.) 

Children: 

i. Lucy Williams*, b. Apr. 29, 1820; m. Aug. 17, 1852, Rev. 
Samuel Crothers Logan, D.D., long pastor of the First 
Presbyterian church of Scranton, Pa. 
Children, bom at Coustantine, Mich.: 

1. Hany Van Nuys Logan, b. May 21, 1853; m. Dec. 28, 

1881, Mary M. Olmstead. Lb a physician. 

2. Arthur CoflBn Logan, b. Oct. 23, 1854; m. Dec. 14, 

18d3, Helen 8. Case, of St. Louis, Mo.; res. at 
Logan Point, Ind. 
^. Lillie Loring Logan, b. Dec. 20, 1856; m. in 1883, 
Judge Henry A. Knapp, of Scranton, Pa. 

631. ii. Benjamin TTilliam, b. Oct. 14, 1821. 

iii. Maria Franklin, b. Feb. 23, 1823; m. Oct. 7, 1850, John 
Carswell, of Bartow, Ga., where he was b. May 14, 1821, 
and d. Dec. 8, 1884; Mrs. Carswell d. Aug. 17, 1896. 
Children: 

1. Lucy Loring Carswell, b. Aug. 11, 1851; m. Nov. 18, 

1874, Samuel C. Evans. 

2. Willie Rhodes Carswell, b. Nov. 28, 1852; d. Jan. 20, 

1878. 

3. Lillie Bell Carswell, b. Nov. 28, 1854; m. Feb. 23, 

1875, W. Jones Evans. 

4. Mary Lovencia Carswell, b. Feb. 19, 1857, Wm. J. 

Rhodes, M.D. 
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in company with his brother Benjamin W. In 1861 
he took a pack train of mules with a load of goods and 
went to Idaho; fomid himself in a camp of SouthemerB 
who ill-treated and threatened him till he was forced to 
flee for his life. He returned to CaUfomia, raised a 
company of troopers (of which he was made captain), 
and did efficient service for the Union cause. Settled 
after the war in Sierra Valley, Plumas county; d. unm., 
Feb. 14, 1874. , 

v. Elisa, b. Aug. 6, 1832; m. Rev. H. L. Van Nuys, D.D.; res. 
at Goshen, Ind.; she d. Mar. 4, 1903. 

vi Sophia Bradford, b. Apr. 14, 1836; m. Bev. William M. 
Taylor, D.D.; res. at Mt. Jackson, Pa. 

314. Charles^ Loring {Qecrge^, WiUiam\ Nathaniel^, 
Tfumuu^, Thomat^j Thomasf)^ bom at Duxbury December 
3, 1802; married at BoBton November 3, 1854, Eliza 
Letitia, daughter of James Erakine, bom August 29, 1829, 
died December 16, 1866. 

He was a ship carpenter. Resided at Duxbury and 
at Quiney. 

He died March 17, 1884. 

Children: 

i. Julia", b. Nov. 2, 18&5; d. Nov. 18, 1802. 
ii« Eliaa Letitia, b. Sept. 2, 1858; m. July 25, 1877, Henry W. 
Hayden. 
Children: 

1. Henry Loring Hayden, b. Feb. 4, 1878; d. Dec. 30, 

1880. 

2. Daisy Ethel Hayden, b. Dec. 25, 1881. 

iii. Sarah Bradford, b. Sept. 6, 1859; m. Nov. 20, 1879, Charfes 
A. Feltis. 
Children: 

1. Eva Loring Feltis, b. Apr. 22, 1880. 

2. Maud Isabel Fdtis, b. Jan. 16, d. Feb. 22, 1882. 

iv. Mary Ware, b. Dec. 5, 1861; m. Nov. 20, 1884, Charles F. 
Colby. 

316. Bailey^ Lobing (George*, TFiHtom*, Nathaniel^ 
Thomas^ f Thoma^^ Thomas^), bom at Duxbury May 3, 
1813; married first, August 4, 1839, Mary, daughter of 
Daniel Bassett, of Hingham, who died May 27, 1848. 



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He married second, October 2, 1852, Judith Sprague, 
daughter of Thomas and Welthea (Sprague) Winsor, 
bom August 1, 1820; she survived him, and died Novem- 
ber 25, 1912. 

He was a sea captain; engaged in Southern trade; 
commanded the ship Qrotious, of New Orleans, La. 
Afterward removed to Boston; was wharfinger of Long 
Wharf 15 years. 

He died September 20, 1875. 

Children: 
i. Mary Baasett", b. Feb. 19, 1S4S; d. early 
ii. Julia Wentworth, b. Feb. 19, 1S4S (twin) ; d. early, 
iii. Jane WiiUK>r,b. Feb. 12, 1858; d. May 12, 1866. 

316. John Smith^ Lorino {George^ WtUiam^ No- 
ihaniel^ Thonuu^, Thonuu^, Thama^)^ bom at Duxbury 
February 4, 1823; married November 27, 1856, Vienna, 
daughter of Charles J. and Hannah Drew, bom in 1836; 
she died at Dorchester January 6, 1915. 

He first learned the trade of cabinet maker. He be* 
came an engineer and surveyor. Spent some time in 
California in 1850 and later did something in the oil 
fields of Pennsylvania; returned to Massachusetts. Re- 
sided at Duxbury. Was a merchant, in the firm of Loring 
& Stodder, stationers, Boston. Was an auctioneer, a 
justice of the peace; also served on the Duxbury school 
committee; a trustee of Partridge Academy. 

He died January 27, 1896. 

• Children: 

1. Fannie DTew^ b. Jan. 10, 1859; d. July 22, 1863. 

ii. George, b. J^me 27, 1860; d. July 29, 1863. 

iii. Walter D., b. June 15, 1864; m. at Worcester Oct. 3, 1911, 

Akafeen, dau. of RoUo S. and Julia S. (Gleason) Sampeon, 

b. at Temple, Me. 
iv. Zilpha Wilde, b. May 15, 1866. 
v. John Bailey, b. Oct. 10, 1872. 

317. Qmab^ Loring (George^ WiUiam^ Nathaniet^, 
Ttunruu^, Thomat^^ Thomof?)^ bom at Duxbury October 



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13, 1825; married October 31, 1848, Emeline, daughter 
of John and Harriet (Stowell) Stodder, bom September 
30, 1835, died July 4, 1891. 

He learned the painter's trade, and was in that bufiiness 
in Duxbury; afterward owned a restaurant in Boston. 

He was the first superintendent of the Money Order 
department of the Boston Post Office, and continued to 
fill that important position 20 years. Was a member of 
Boston city council in 1875. He resided at Neponset. 

He died January 19, 1889. 

Children: 

(03. i. Omar Franklin*, b. Aug. 21, 1853. 

ii. Kittie Florence, b. Jan. 3, 1870; m. Wm. P. Whitmanh. 

318. JoSHtTA^ LoRiNO {Joshua*, WtUiam^^ Nathaniel^ 
Ttumuu^, Thamaa^, Thomas^), bom at Marshfield March 
19, 1812; married Dorothy Pitman, of Portsmouth, N. 
H., born May 19, 1814, died in 1876. 

He was a housewright; resided at Marshfield. He 
died September 26, 1878. 

Child: 

Joshua BrigBB*, b. June L5, 1846; d. Aug. 16, 1847. 

319. Thomas D.^ Lobing {Joshua^ William*, Nor 
thaniel\ Thomat^, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Marsh- 
field, married in 1847 Adeline Sherburne. 

He removed to South Reading. A carpenter. Resided 
at Gardiner, Me., in 1876. 

Children: 

i. Josephine*, b. Nov. 23, 1854; d. Aug. 19, 1860. 

ii. Clara Grace, b. June 11, 1866. 

iii. Florence Isabel, b. July 4, 1861. 

iv. Thomas, d. at 27 yrs. of age. 

320. Georqb William^ Lorino {Joshua*, WiUtam*, 
Nathaniel*, Thomat?, Thomas^ Thanuuf), bom at Marsh- 



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field April 10, 1822; married November 2, 1856, Ruthena, 
daughter of Jabez Hatch, bom June 19, 1841. 

He removed to Boston. 

He died August 10, 1903. 

Children: 

L Hannah D^lgley^ b. Feb. 20, 1858; m. Aug. 5, 1878, James 
E. Mansfield. 
035. ii. Joshua, b. Apr. 30, 1800. 
636. iii. George William, b. Oct. 8, 1863. 

iv. lissie Whiton, b. July 13, 1866. 

V. Ruthena Hatch, b. Feb. 25, 1869. 

vi. Winslow, b. Mar. 1, 1871; d. Deo. 25, 1875. 

vii. Alden, b. Mar. 8, 1873; d. Dec. 15^ 1875. 

viii. Thomas Dingley, b. July 4, 1877; d. July 1, 1884. 

322. IcHABOD Alden' Lorinq {SamueP, WiUiam\ 
NathanieV, Thama^, Thoma^, Thomatf), bom at Duxbury 
February 7, 1807; married January 18, 1833, Elizabeth, 
daughter of Isaac and Elizabeth (Thompson) Simmons, 
bom at Thomaston, Me., November 9, 1811, died August 
7, 1896. 

He was a carpenter, employed some time in the ship- 
yard of Dea. George Loring at Duxbury. He worked at 
Charlestown Navy Yard 35 years; then lived on a farm at 
Pembroke, where he died January 28, 1884. 

Children: 

i. Arabella Johnaon*, b. Dec. 28, 1834; m. Sept. 80, 1856, 
Edgar Hamilton Bailey. 
Chil(ben: 

1. Edgar Cliftra Bailey, b. June 27, 1857; m. June 20, 

1882, Mattie Inglee. 

2. Lixzie Jane Bailey, b. Mar. 1, 1859; m. Nov. 26, 

1878, Henry Martin Dunham, 
ii. Elisabeth Frances, b. May 29, 1836; m. Sept. 30, 1866, 
Elbridge G. Sampson; res. at Plymouth. She d. Dec. 27, 
1902. 
Children: 

1. OsBian Minot Sampson, b. June 25, 1858; m. Apr. 7, 

1890, Mary F., dau. of Joseph and Angenette Poole. 

2. Evered Anger Sampson, b. Mar. 22, 1860; ul Aug. 

25, 1892, Joanna D. Parker. 



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3. Etta Ward Sampsoii, b. June 6, 1862; d. Mar. 12, 1884. 

4. Miner Curwen Sampson, b. June 16, d. Sept. 30, 1864. 

5. Agnes Mildred Sampson, b. Aug. 15, 1867; d. Mar. 15, 



iii. Leonora Gushing, b. Feb. 26, 1838; d. Feb. 15, 1841. 
iv. Helena Everett, b. May 27, 1844; m. Dec. 21, 1871, George 
Baker; res. at Marshfidd. 
Children: 

1. George Frank Baker, b. Dec. 7, 1872; d. June 27, 1892. 

2. Atherton Loring Baker, b. Apr. 12, 1874. 

3. Arthur Hoidand Baker, b. Oct. 31, 1875; a lieut. in 

U. 8. army in the Spanish-American campaigns; 
later railway mail derk. 

4. Edmund Baker, b. Juhe 24, 1877. 

5. Winthrop Alden Baker, b. May 20, 1880. 

6. Martin Baker, b. June 3, 1882. 

7. WiUard Loring Baker, b. July 17, 1883. 

8. Loring Baker, b. June 26, 1885; d. May 19, 1888. 

9. Helena Belle Baker, b. June 21, 1887. 

. ▼. Leonora ThomplK)n, b. May 30, 1850; m. June 2, 1872, 
Leonard Albion Whiting, of Roddand. 

637. vi. Ichabod Thomas, b. Mar. 15, 1852. 

324. Benjamin Delano^ Loring (SamueP, WtUiain\ 
Nathaniel^ Thonuu^^ Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury 
May 16, 1817; married first, Novemb^ 12, 1848, Angelia 
CaldweU, who died July 20, 1861. He married second, 
November 19, 1865, Hattie E., daughter of Richard W. 
and Sarah Wiggin, born at Bath, Me. 

He spent a few years in California; returned and was a 
quartermaster in Charlestown Navy Yard; later in same 
rank at Mare Island, Cal.; in oil business in Pennsyl- 
vania awhile; in tan bark extract business at St. John, 
N. B., till burned out. Then at Duxbury in charge of 
an estate. 

He died at Charlestown February 21, 1894. 

Children : 
i. Luoy Jane*, b. Feb. 12, 1851 ; d. Sept. 26, 1852. 
li. Walter Scott, b. June 10, 1854; d. about 1862. 

638. iii. Arthur H., b. Aug. 28, 1858. 

639. iv. Walter Scott, b. Feb. 20, 1867. 

V. Charles B., b. Nov. 11, 1868; d. July 30, 1869. 

640. vi. Benjamin Delano, b. Feb. 22, 1871. 



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326. Isaac Delano' Lorino {Samuefi^ William^ 
Nathaniel^ Thoma^^ Thomas^, Thomaa^)^ bom at Duxbury 
April 18, 1820; married first, September 8, 1851, Mary 
O'Neil, born in 1827, died May 27, 1882; he married 
second, November 3, 1891, Mary Anderson, who died at 
Boston November 2, 1902. 

He died October 30, 1897. 

Children: 

i. I8Bac^ b. Nov. 19, 1852; d Sept. 27, 1876. 

ii. Lucy Ann, b. Sept. 10, 1854; m. Nov. 19, 1879, William 

C. Sturtevant. 

iii. Morris, b. Aug. 17, d. Dec. 11, 1856. Res. at Whitman, 

iy. Eleanor, b. Sept. 22, 1857. 

641. y. Samuel Alden, b. Apr. 1, 1860. 
vi. Mary Elisabeth, b. Apr. 5, 1862. 

642. vii. Henry J., b. in 1866. 

viii. Alice, b. in 1869; d. Nov. 11, 1873. 

ix. Catherine, b. Jan. 22, 1874. 

X. Charles, b. June 2, 1876; d. May 27, 1881. 

zi. L^ura A., b. Sept. 26, 1879; .m. May 1, 1905, Charles W. 

Murray, of Belfast, Me. 
zii. Frederick Albert, b. Sept. 12, 1878; June 1,1904. 



326. EusHA Brigob^ Loring (Alden^, William^, Nc^ 
thaniel^, Thama^, Thamaa^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury 
July 19, 1813; married at Canton February 19, 1839, 
Lucy Fisher Smith. She died April 21, 1873. 

He was a carpenter; lived at Maiden and Everett. He 
died February 21, 1890. 

Children: 

i. Lucy Maria*, b. in 1841; m. Jan. 10, 1864, Charles W. Sid- 
dall, of East Bridgewater. 
ChiJd: 
Lucy Loring Siddall, b. Nov. 15,1854. Has been libra- 
rian of £. Bridgewater Public Library. 

643. ii. Elisha Alden, b. Oct. 25, 1842. 

644. iii. Francis Minot, b. June 6, 1844. 

iy. Enuna Sophia, b. Feb. 7, 1847; m. Aug. 20, 1884, I^ed P. 
Melvin; she d. May 26, 1891. 



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827. William^ Loring (Alden\ WiUiam^, Nathaniel^ 
Thoma^, Thonuu^, Thcmas^)^ bom at Duxbury October 
23, 1816; married Laura A. •* 

Children: 

645. i. William Blanchard", b. in Nov. 1845. 
ii. Julia Collamore, b. in Aug. 1849. 

329. GusTAVUS^ Loring (AWcn«, WiJlliam\ Nathaniel^, 
Thomoffy Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Pembroke April 
21, 1828; married at Maiden October 17, 1850, Mary Ellen 
Stevens, aged 18. 

He was a carpenter, master of the whole art, able to 
design and construct completely the buildings he erected 
in Maiden and Everett, all monuments of thoroughness 
and stability. He served in the War of the Rebellion in 
Company E, First Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, 
defending Boston Harbor. 

He died at Reading June 17, 1908. 

Children: 
i. Forest Morlier*, b. Nov. 9, 1861 ; d. Jan. 25, 1852. 

646. ii. William Bernard, b. Apr. 18, 1853. 

iii. Lillian Frances, b. Feb. 10, 1855; m. Sept. 16, 1880, Horace 
Brooks Holden. She d. Oct. 1, 1896. 
Child: 
Roger Clinton Holden, b. June 24, 1881. 

647. iv. Lawrence Bertram, b. June 29, 1857. 

V. Ellen Sophia, b. July 19, 1861; m. June 22, 1900, Alfred E. 
Wetherbee. 
Child: 
Su0an EUen Wetherbee, b. May 23, 1901. 

648. vi. Charles Albert, b. Oct. 20, 1863. 

649. vii. Richard Fenwood, b. Mar. 20, 1869. 

830. Bernard Aldbn^ Lorino {Alden^, WiUiam^, No- 
thaniel\ Thamae^, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Pembroke 
October 31, 1831; married at Hanover, Mass., November 
12, 1856, Celia Alien Goodrich, bom at North Hanover 
January 27, 1839. 

*Mr8. Laura A. Ixmng, agpd 88 years, 6 months and 9X days, died at 
Pl^pton Februaiy 1, 1897. 



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Residence, Pembroke. 
He died September 2, 1905. 

Children: 

i. Fanny MariaS b. July 7, 1867; m. Feb. 11, 1874, Meliar 
Hunt Curtis. Bjbb. at Pembroke; ahe d. Mar. 28, 18M; 
he in 1899. 

ii. Elisabeth, b. Oct. 3, 1868; d. unm., July 27, 1907. 

660. iii. Edwin Forrest, b. Feb. 28, 1860. 

661. iv. Bernard Franklin, b. Apr. 4, 1802. 
652. V. John Alden, b. Aug. 28, 1864. 

vi. Clifford Ernest, b. Jan. 26, 1868. 

881. GxoBos Baiubt' Lobinq (BaUej^, WiJUiam^ 
Naihanid\ Thctncu^, Thama^, Thamaa^), bom at Andover 
November 8, 1817; married first, November 6, 1851, Mary 
Toppan, daughter of Thomas and Sophia (Pearse) Pick- 
man, bom October 30, 1816, died December 1, 1878. 
He married second, at New York city June 10, 1880, Mrs. 
Anna S., daughter of Isaac T. and Elisabeth (Putnam) 
Smith, widow of Charles H. Hildreth. 

He was graduated at Harvard University, A.B., in 1838, 
M.D., in 1842. He taught school during his course of 
study at Reading and Andover. Entered upon the 
practice of medicine in North Andover in 1842, and was 
appointed surgeon of the United States Marine Hospital 
at Chelsea September 1, 1842, where he served until 1850. 
In 1840 he was appointed, in company with Hon. Thomas 
O. Edwards of Ohio, a commissioner to reidse the United 
States Marine hospital system. In 1851 he removed to 
Salem; was postmaster, 1853-58. A Democrat in politics, 
he was a del^ate to the National Convention of the party 
at Baltimore in 1856. But when the southern States 
seceded. Doctor Loring came out squarely against the 
Democratic party for defending that act, and thereafter 
he was heartily with the Republican party. 

He was a member of the Massachusetts House of 
Representatives in 1866; president of the State Senate, 
1873-75; commissioner for the National Exposition of 
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He was greatly devoted to the development of scientific 
fanning; was appointed United States Commissioner of 
Agriculture by Pl^dent Garfield and continued under 
President Arthur. Founded and was at the head of the 
New England Agricultural Society in 1864. Did a great 
deal to stimulate agricultiu^ throughout the Union. He 
was appointed United States Minister to Portugal in 
1889. He was a pubUc speaker of attractive quality and 
a writer of essays on many topioB, many of which were 
printed. He died at Salem September 13, 1891. 

Children: 
i. Mary Pickman*, b. Dec. 15, 1857; d. July 22, 1864. 
' ii. Sally Pickman, b. Sept. 5, 1859; m. in Nov., 1805, Theodore 
,F. Dwii^t, of Boston. She d. in Switierland in 1912; he 
d. in 1916. 
Child: 

Lawrenoe Dwight, b. Nov. 6, 1896; at West Point Mili- 
tary Academy. 

832. Ibaac Osgood^ Lobinq {BaHej^y WiUiam^j Na- 
thaniel^, ThonuuF, TJumuj^, Thomas^), bom at Andover 
June 20, 1819; married first, December 1, 1847, Ellen 
Maria, daughter of Hon. Daniel P. and Sally King, of 
Danvers, bom January 16, 1826, ^ed March 5, 1849. 
He married second. May 23, 1850, Caroline Watts King, 
sister of his former wife, bom January 23, 1826, died 
March 12, 1889. He died October 2, 1867. 

Children: 
i. Geoige Biuley^, b. Sept. 8, 1848. 
663. iL John Osgood, b. Jan. 18, 1866. 

333. Gayton Pickman' Lorinq (JBotfey*, WiUiam^, 
Nathaniel^ Thamae^, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Andover 
December 6, 1822; married December 25, 1850, Sarah 
Page, daughter of Hon. Daniel P. King, bom April 14, 
1828, died June 28, 1863. 

He was a merchant in Boston, a dealer in dyestuffs. 
He died February 7, 1888. 

Child: 

Daniel Putaam King>, b. Mar. 5, 1852; d. May 7, 1888. 



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385. Edward Smith' Lorino {Nathaniel^, Nathaniel*, 
Nathaniel^ Thomas^, Thomas^ Thama$^), bom at Pem- 
broke January 28, 1806; married May 16, 1830, Aim 
Baker, daughter of Chaj^les and Deborah Jones, who 
died August 17, 1886, aged 79 years. 

He was a mason; lived at Pembroke and at North 
Bridgewater; he died November 25, 1875. 

Chiklren: 

654. i. Edward Ddos*, b. Feb. 25, 1831. 

IL Anna, b. June 3, 1850; a tea/dier; m. at Bridgewater Apr. 7, 

1914, H. Sawyer Daakam (Dascom) of Stamford, Conn, 
iii. Ellen L., b. in July, 1855; d. Dec. 28, 1881. 

536. Hia^T Bailey^ Lorino (Nathaniel^ Naihanid^ 
Nathaniel^ Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Pem- 
broke, baptized Jime 5, 1808; married March 26, 1837, 
Lucy Delimo Loring, daughter of Samuel Loring of Marsh- 
field, bom July 7, 1812, died December 13, 1872. 

He resided at Charlestown and at Pembroke. He 
died August 24, 1866. 

Children: 

660a. i. Henry Ward^ b. July 20, 1840; m. June 20, 1806, Sarah C, 
dau. of Abraioi and Sarah B. QrowningBhidd, b. at Charles- 
town Apr. 23, 1840. He was an officer in the U. S. 
Navy in the Civil War, at New Orleans and elsewhere. 
He died at Plymouth June 30, 1893. 

ii. Arthur H., b. in Oct., 1841; d. Jan. 6, 1845. 

iii. Arthur Herbert, b. Oct. 30, 1843; d. Jan. 6, 1846. 

iv. Lucy Maria, b. Mar. 11, 1846; d. July 17, 1849. 

▼. Arthur H., b. Jan. 29, 1847; d. Nov. 9, 1854. 

vi. Samuel A., b. Mar. 10, 1852; d. Sept 16, 1855. 

537. Joseph Smith^ Lorino (Nathaniel^ NathanieVy 
Nathaniel^ Thoma^j Thcnuui^, Thomas^), bom at Pem- 
broke, baptized June 7, 1812; married in 1834 Ruth, 
daughter of Bela and Lavinia Hayward; she died Decem- 
ber 7, 1870, aged 53 years, 2 months and 24 days. 

He resided at Pembroke, at Stoughton, and later at 
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Children: 

055. i. Joseph Bda*, b. at Stoughton Jan. 1, 1838. 

ii. Ruth A., b. in 1840; m. Apr. 22, 1861, Philip H. Tew. 

656. iii. Morton Meigs, b. Oct. 18, 1842. 

iv. George L., b. Oct. 14, 1845; served at Marblehead in the 

Civil War; d. unm., Jan. 4, 1890. 
V. Sarah Baker, b. in 1847; m. in Apr., 1867, Thomas F. 

Whiting, 
vi. Otto, b. Oct. 15, 1851 ; d. unm., Nov. 22, 1909. 

657. vii. Ehner, b. Sept. 13, 1854. • 
viii. Reuben Wing, b. July 2, 1860. 

388. laAAC Thomas^ Loriko {NaihanieP, Nathaniel^f 
Nathaniel^ Thamae^f Thomat^^ Thama$^), bom at Pem- 
broke or Duzburyi baptized November 21, 1813; married 
Mary . 

He died at Duxbury March 9, 1879. 

Children: 

i. W]]liaIn^ b. Aug. 2, 1856. 

ii. Alice Maud, b. in 1860; m. Sept. 11, 1881, Sumner A. Smith. 

839. Nathaniel Baker^ Loring (Nathaniel^^ No- 
Oanid^ Nathaniel^ Thanuu^, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom 
at Pembroke, baptised June 17, 1810; married Novem- 
ber 20, 1843, Mrs. Amia (Pierpont) Faimoe, of Roxbuiy, 
widow of James P. Faunce. 

He was a carpenter at Pembroke; he died in California 
in 1849. 

Children: 

i. Emily Pierpont*, b. Feb. 6, 1845; m. Jan. 8, 1868, ITiIliam 

H. Morrow, of Washington, Pa.; res. at Roxbuiy. 
ii. Edwin Rowland, b. July 19, 1848. 

840. Samuel^ Lobing {Samuel^, 8amvd\ Benjamin^ 
Thanuu^, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury October 
6, 1820; married Laura Ann, daughter of (160) Samuel 
and Lucy (Delano) Loring, bom February 19, 1815, 
died May 27, 1849. 

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Duxbury, then at Plymouth; a man of laig^ wealth and 
much raq>ected. He died May 28, 1887. 



Chad: 



Nancy Sprague*, b. May 27, 1848; m. May 17, 1869, John 
Henry Parks, of Roidbury. He suooeeded his father- 
in-law in the tack business. 

Childtoi: 

1. Laura Loring Parks, b. May 27, 1870; m. Thomas 

Russell. 

2. Samuel Loring Parks, b. Apr. 23, 1872; m. Anna May 

Ryall. 

3. John Ward Parks^ b. Dec. 2, 1879. 

4. Bettina Parks, b. Dec. 27, 1884; d. May 16, 1908. 



341. Habbibon' Loiung (Samuel^, SamuePf Beiyamin^ 
ThonuM^j Thomat^j Thomaif)^ born at Duxbury October 
25, 1822; married first, June 3, 1847, Eliza H., daughter 
of William Isaac Tobey; she died at New Bedford March 
27, 1848. He married second, at Nantucket May 8, 
1867, Margaret, daughter of Robert F. and Lucretia 
F. Gardner, aged 28. 

He served an apprenticeship with Jabez Coney, mill- 
wright and engine-builder. In 1847 started for himself 
in a shop he built at South Boston, and ten years later 
established the City Point Works, the first plant of the 
kind in New England for the construction of iron steamers 
with their engines and boilers complete. He built the 
Sestos for use in India, which was so successful that her 
owners duplicated the order the next year. He thw 
built the MassachuseUs and the Carolina for merchant 
service on the Atlantic coast. He built also many vessels 
for the United States Navy, among which were the Winni- 
peg, the Canonicus and the Nahant; and the Hartford, 
Farragut's famous ship, he supplied with engines. He 
took out many patents, covmng a wide rax^^e of machines 
and improvements. At one time he was largely interested 
in steamship lines running to the West Indies, to Balti- 
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Like most men of wide range of businesB he met re- 
verses; but he continued in business after he was seventy 
years of age. 

He died December 26, 1907. 

Children: 
OM. ]. Harrison, Jr.^ b. May 16, 1868. 
657. ii. Atherton, b. Aug. 10, 1869. 

iii. Emily Gardner, b. Oct. 26, 1870; m. May 1, 1893, Herbert 
Clarence Wirt, who was b. Sept. 22, 1866. 
Children: 

1. Harrison Loring Wirt, b. Oct. 26, 1895. 

2. Sidney Hedges Wirt, b. Jan. 30, 1897. 

3. Margaret Loring Wirt, b. May 26, 1898. 

4. Herbert Clarenoe Wirt, Jr., b. Nov. 13, 1903. 
660. iv. Robert, b. Mar. 19, 1872. 

r. Samuel, b. Nov. 28, 1873; d. Apr. 5, 1876. 
vL Maigaret, b. May 1, 1880; d. Apr. 20^ 1883. 

343. Chablbs Cabboix^ Lorino {SamueP^ SamueP^ 
Benjamin^ Thorruu?^ Thoma^^ Thomas^), bom at Duxbury 
January 2, 1840; married October 14, 1863, Selena Wads- 
worth, daughter of Ezra W. and Selena Sampson, of 
Dedham, aged 21. 

Children: 

i. Edith*, b. at Boston Jan. 5, 1866. 

iL Charles Sprague, b. at Dedham Mar. 16, 1873. 

346. Daniel' Lobino {James^, Daniel^ Benjamin*, 
ThonuM^, ThomM^, Thomas^), bom at Duxbury February 
8, 1807; married Hannah Norris. She died September 
20, 1882. 

He removed to Gardiner, Me. He died February 
26, 1878. 

A 

Children: 
L Mary Franfle8^ b. Nov. 22, 1880; m. Feb. 24, 1874, Albert 

Webster; res. Topsfidd. 
ii. Lucy Alia, b. July 17, 1842. 
iii. Henriette, b. Mar. 2, 1845; m. at Boston Dec. 3, 1881, 

Benjamin Johnson, 
iv. James Madison, b. Dec. 28, 1848; d. Feb. 10, 1860. 
V. Sarah Marsh, b. May 19, 1851; d. Feb. 22, 1862. 



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S45ft. JuDAH^ LoBiNO {Jamet^, Domel*, Benjamin^ 
Thcnuu^, Thcnuu^y Thonuu^y born at Duzbury April 
15, 1809; married December 3, 1835, Betsey White, 
daughter of Asaph and Eunice (Allen) Faxon, bom at 
Braintree April 22, 1811; she died at Medford January 
1,1886. 

He learned the trade of ship joiner; settled at Medford 
and carried on the business of ship building. Was one of 
the leading citizens; selectman, member of school com- 
mittee, overseer of the poor, chief engineer of the fire 
department, and a justice of the peace. A zealous advo- 
cate of temperance and an uncompromising foe of slavery 
in the years when much courage was called for when one 
would openly oppose that evil. 

He removed to Kansas in 1857; died at Lawrence, Kan., 
October 31, 1861. 

The church of vriiich he had been a deacon and the 
town where he had lived so well, spread upon their records 
resolutions testifying to his worth. 

Children: 

Ml. i. Freeman ADen*, b. May 19, 1837. 

ii Mary James, b. Nov. 23, 1838; d. unm., Aug. 17, 1910. 

iii. Arthur Greene, b. Sept. 29, 1844. Entered the shoe and 
leather busineBS in Boston when a young man; became 
aetivdy oonneoted with tanning and superintendent of 
the tanneries of Loring and Avery at Winchester and of 
F. A. Loring at North Winehester. lived at linnehester 
some years; since 1891 at Wobum* Has been somewhat 
in puUic office, auditor, alderman, etc.; has done a large 
amount of work in historieal and genealogical lines, as 
a memba and officer of the N. E. Historic Genealo^oal 
Society and in colaboration with Mr. William R. Cutter, 
librarian of Wobum Public library, the most notaUe 
of their worits being descriptive of Woburn men in cokmial 



MBb. Barnabas Thatbb^ Lobinq (Jame^^, DanieP, 
Benjamin^ Thama^j Thomat^^ Thomca?)^ bom at Duxbury 
November %\ 1811; married first, December 3, 1836, 
Frances Elisabeth, daughter of Syivanus Porter^ bom at 



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Middleborough S^tember 8, 1811, died Jaauaxy 14a, 1861. 

He married 8ec<md, December 20, 1863, Fhebe Fanum, 
daughter of James and Ruth (Darling) Southwick, of 
Mendon; she died at Braintree June 20, 1906, aged 01 
years, 10 months and 22 days. 

He was a merchant in Boston, residing at Dorchester. 

He died March 8, 188L 

Qiildreii: 

i. Frances Elizabeth", b. July 26, 1840; d. unm., Jan. 28, 1902. 
ii. Elisa Jane, b. May 20, 1844; m June 27, 1826, James Dike, 
of Boston, a teaober, b. at Bath, Me. 

663. iii. Alden Porter, b. Jan. 12, 1846. 

664. iv. Richard Freeman, b. July 12, 1848. 

V. George Francis, b. Jan. 9, 1851; d. Apr. 6, 1868. 



. S45c. Francis^ Lobing (James^ DantcP, Benjam%n\ 
Thoma^, Thonuu^, Thofnas^)^ bom at Duxbury Decern* 
ber 29, 1827; married at Waltham September 12, 1867, 
Ellen H., daughter of Stephen C. and Mary B. Copeland, 
bom at Rochester, N. H. ; aged 23, she died at Cambridge 
March 2, 1909. 

He was an accowitant in the Boston Chamb^ of Com- 
merce; resided at Somerville and at Cambridge. 

He died November 11, 1902. 

Child: 

Ruth DingleyS b. Aug. 1, 1868. 

S46d. Samusl Clark' Lobino (Judah^ DanieP, Betir 
jafnin\ Thcma^^ Thcmuj^j Thomatf)^ bom at Braintree 
Decemb^ 25, 1818; married at Quincy January 1, 1834, 
Charlotte, daughter of Abel and Sarah (Warren) Proctor, 
''bom at Cambridge"; she died June 19, 1900, aged 70 
years, 9 months a]fid 8 days. 

He went to Calif omia in the ship Harriet Neal in 1849; 
retumed after a time; was a ship builder at Braintree. 

He died July 10, 1876. 



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Children: 

i. Sarah W.", b. June 24, 1857; m. 8^. 19, 1883, George 

Justin Wright, 
ii. John Alden, b. Nov. 24, 1805; d. Jan. 6, 1869. 
666. iii. Geoige B., b. Sept. 21, 1869. 

846e. JuDAH Aldsn' {Judah\ Daniel^ Benjamin^ 
Thoma^y Thomas^ Thomas^)^ bom at Bramtree Septem- 
ber 2, 1821 ; married in 1847^ Maria V., dau^ter of Alden 
and Minerva (Perkins) Edson, who died October 10, 
1912y aged 82 years, 10 months and 20 days. 

He lived at Braintree. 

He died May 26, 1896. 

34Bf. Enoch' Lobino (Damd^f Solonum^ 8olamon\ 
DavidPf Thoma^, Thomas^)^ bom at Hingham March 30, 
1785; married at Weymouth October 21, 1811, Hannah 
C. Taylor of Boston, where he then resided. She died 
at Hmgham July 26, 1871, aged 80. 

Children: 

i. David', b. in 1812; was an engineer; resided at New York, 
ii. Enoch C, was in Hingham in 1885; rem. ^ 

iii. Hannah C, b. Apr. 9, 1814; m. Apr. 18, 1839, Joseph W. 
Nudd; she d. at Boston Feb. 23, 1880. 

S47. Nathaniel Hart' Lobino {Solamon^^ Solomon^ 
8oUmum\ DavidPj Thomc^y Thomas^) ^ bom at Hingham 
or Lebanon, Conn.; married Jane Newoomb. 

He died at the age of 30. 

Children: 

i. Luke^ 
ii. . PoUy. 

300. Ptam' Lobino {Jonaihan^, Jabe^, 8oloman\ 
DatdiP, Thomas^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Hingham January 5, 
1802; married April 7, 1825, Sally C, daughter of John 
and Sally (Cushing) Leavitt, bom March 17, 1805, died 
at Taunton April 8, 1873. 



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He was a farmer in Hingham, 
He died July 27, 1873. 

Children: 

L Lydia LeavittS b. July 23, 1825. 
n. Lucy F., b. Oct. 2, 1827; d. unm., Oct. 25, 1886. 
668. liL Isaac, b. Apr. 13, 1831. 

SM. Dayid Riplbt' Lorinq (Laban^ Jabez^^ Sdlaman\ 
Davi^f Thama^, Thafna8% bom at Danville, Me., Nov. 
22, 1797; married Sarah L. Hayes, of North Yarmouth, 
Me. 

Resided at Danville Junction (Auburn township). Me. 

Children: 

i. Charies Parkman", b. July 25, 1834; Bow<f. CoQ. 1858; 

Bellevue Hosp., N. Y., M.D., 1863; physician, Providence, 

R. I.; d. Jan. 27, 1877. 
ii. Maiy Jane, b. Apr. 11, 1836. 
iii. Susan, b. Jan. 16, 1838. 
iv. Ann Smith, b. May 12, 1841. 

366. Samubl Whhon^ Lobino (Job^, Job^9 SoUmum\ 
Davi^, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Hingham May 11, 
1803; married October 2, 1831, Mary L. W., daughter of 
EUjiJi and Sarah (Stockbridge) Lewis, bom August 19, 
1814, died December 18, 1884. 

He was a farmer at Hingham. For several years con- 
stable. 

He died July 3, 1887. 

Children: 

i. EsIa^ b. Oct. 31, 1832; d. Feb. 8, 1833. 
ii. Maiy Ann, b. Dec. 22, 1833; m. (1) June 29, 1864, HoUis 
Hersey; m. (2) Sept. 29, 1870, George Thomas. 

675. iii. Samuel, b. Nov. 12, 1835. 

676. iv. Peter, b. Nov. 6, 1837. 

V. Lucy Lewis, b. Feb. 10, 1840; m. Apr. 13, 1873, Cyrus B. 
Swan. 

677. vi. John, b. June 19, 1842. 

678. vii. Israel, b. Oct. 25, 1845. 

679. viii James Lewis, b. Nov. 14, 1848. 



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is. Abbie WeBton, b. Sept. 9, 1850; m. Not. 19, 1874, Watson 
C. Heney. 

680. X. Edwin lincohi, b. Apr. 13, 1852. 

IX. Martha Whiting, b. Aug. 6, 1855; m. Oet. 27, 1875, Walter 
A-HaakelL 

368. Job' Lorino (Jch^, Job^y 8oUmon\ DcuridP, 
Thoma^, Thomas^)^ bom at Hingham November 23, 1806; 
married at BoBton January 2, 1832, Sarah Ami Huff; 
ahe died Deconber 22, 1899. 

He was a carpenter; resided at Boston, at Kennebimk- 
port. Me., and Hingham. 

He died at Hingham July 19, 1860. 

Children: 

I IsabeDa M.*, b. Ai«. 28, 1833. 

ii. Adeline A., b. Jan. 13, 1835; d. Aug. 4, 1864. 

681. iii. Melatiah, b. Mar. 23, 1837. 

br. Victoria, b. July 11, 1839; m. Feb. 10, 1862, William Wirt 

Poole of Rockland. 
▼. Sarah A., b. Aug. 5, 1841 ; m. Aug. 8, 1860, John W. Beal. 
yi. Caroline T., b. Sept. 7, 1843; m. Nov. 23, 1870, Horace M. 

Studl^y. 
vii. Job 0.,b. Sept. 2, 1845. Reeided at Rockland. 

888. Israel Lafham^ Lobino {Jch^y JcVy Solomon^ 
David^y Thovruu^y Thomca?), bom at Hingham June 24, 
1809; married Frances Trull. 

He was a mason; lived in Boston. He died February 
3, 1876. 

Children: 

L Malvina*, b. Mar. 31, 1842; d. Nov. 3, 1910. 

ii. Emily, b. in 1846; m. Sept. 26, 1869, Frederick Hartahom. 

iii. William Trull, b. Jan. 18, 1849. 

iv. Frances, b. Feb. 12, 1851; m. Deo. 30, 1871, Levi Codey. 

She d. Dec. 2, 1892, and he m. again. 
V. Charke H., b. Oct. 11, 1856; d. unm., Apr. 6, 1884. 

860. Abneb' Loring (/o&^ /ob*, Solomon^ Damd^, 
Ttumuu^, Thama^), bom at Hing^iam February 10, 1818; 
married March 22, 1840, Sophia S., daughter of Luther 



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and Cynthia E. (Stetson) Whiton, bom March 21, 1818, 
died April 17, 1882. 

He was a shoemaker; resided on Proq>ect Street, 
Hingham. 

He died November 17, 1883. 



CMd: 



Ann Soph]a^ b. Sept. 1, IMO; m. Jan. 1, 1860, Mwsena 
Brett. 



861. Enos' Lorino {EliphdUe, Jab^j SoUmum*, Davids, 
Thoma^, Thomas^)^ bom at Hingham June 20, 1799; 
married December 13, 1820, Jane, daughter of John and 
Anna (Gushing) Hersey, bom November 29, 1798, died 
September 7, 1883. 

He was a tanner; resided on Main Street, South Hing- 
ham. 

He died October 6, 1836. 

Children: 

682. i. Enos", b. Oet 29, 1821. 

ii. Jane Lincoln, b. July 25, 1823; d. Feb. 21, 1841. 

683. iii. Alfred Heraey, b. Apr. 6, 1825. 

iv. Riohardflon Fuller, b. Dec. 26, 1826; m. Apr. 28, 1850, 
Hannah C. Shute, who d. Dec. 31, 1867. He d. Sept. 
10 1868. 

684. V. John, b. Nov. 3, 1828. 

vi. Suaan Anna, b. Oct. 7, 1830; m. Oct. 14, 1849, William 
Jacobs; she d. June 4, 1865. 

685. vii. Isaiah Wilder, b. Nov. 10, 1832. 

viii. Helen WaUaoe, b. May 7, 1835; m. Nov. 30, 1854, Albert 
L. Murdock, of Boston, ». 25. 

362. Albebt^ Loring (EKphalefi, Job^^ Solamon\ 
DavUPy Thomas^ 9 Thomas^), bom at Hingham January 28, 
1813; married March 10, 1837, Joanna, daughter of Dr. 
David and Joanna (Curtis) Bailey, bom at Hanover 
June 1, 1813, died March 17, 1891. 

He was a farmer at Hingham (south district). 

He died March 24, 1808. 



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Children: 



686. i. Albert Baaey^ b. Apr. 14, 1840. 

ii. Ann Elisa, b. Feb. 22, 1843; d. Jan. 6, 1892: 

687. iii. David Bailey, b. June 11, 1845. 

iv. La<^ EUen, b Oet. 12, 1847; d. Deo. 22, 1865. 



363. JoHN^ LoRiNO {David'f Otu^, DatrUf^ David\ 
Tfumia^f Ttumuu^, Thomas^), bom at Barnstable, bap* 
tized November 13, 1786; married first, in 1809, 
Annah Hawes. He married sec<md| October 16, 1810| 
Betsey, daughter of Thomas Coffin, who died October 
19, 1873, aged 78. 

He settled at Yarmouth; was a blacksmith. 

He died December 11, 1858. 

Children: 

i. WQliam*, b. in 1810; d. young. 

690. ii. David H., b. July 24, 1812. 
iii. SaUyL.,b.Nov.25,1814. 

iv. John, b. Feb. 19, 1817; d. in 1820. 

691. V. John, b. Oct. 5, 1820. 

692. vi. Hiram, b. Dec. 24, 1821. 

vii. William Doane, b. Jan. 24, 1824; m. Mary Parker, dau. 

Otia and Sally (Hallett) CroweU, who d. June 20, 1904, 

». 77 yrs., 7 moe., 18 dys. He d. at Fall River Nov. 7, 

1847. 
viii. Elisabeth A., b. Apr. 25, 1826; m. May 5, 1846, Edward 

WeOa, of Provincetown. 
is. ComeUa, b. Dec. 16, 1830; m. Sept. 25, 1865, Ahira Young. 

694. X. George H., b. July 26, 1834. 

695. xi. Thomas C, b. June 27, 1837. 



364. Elssha' Lorino (David^j OM^ David^f Davi^, 
Thcrruu^, Thomas^)^ bom at Barnstable, baptized Novem- 
ber 7, 1790; married in 1808 Martha Burgess. 

Children: 

696. i. Edward G.*, b. Aug. 1, 1809. 

ii. Timothy B., b. in 1810; d. young. 

697. iii. Eliaha, b. Apr. 11, 1812. 



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366. Dayid^ Loring {David^j Oti^f D(wid\ DavUF, 
Thomas^ Thomas^) ^ baptized March 15, 1792; married in 
1813 Elisabeth, daughter of Amos and Sarah Kelley, 
who died June 11, 1863, aged 71 years, 8 months. 

He resided at Barnstable. He died November 10, 
1876, "aged 85." 

Children: 

696. i. Joaeph Gray", b. Nov. 9, 1814. 

699. ii. William Gray, b. Deo. 16, 1816. 

iii. Maiy, b. Apr. 15, 1819; m. (1) Mar. 21, 1835, Freeman 
KeUey, who d. Mar. 31, 1850. She m. (2) Not. 9, 1851, 
Jamea Marchant. 
Children: 

1. George Freeman Kdl^, b. Aug. 13, 1843; m. Jan. 

3, 1868, Alice Jane Poland. 

2. Albert Alonso Freeman Kelley, b. June 16, 1848; d. 

in 1849. 

3. Sanlih Eliaabeth Marobant, b. July 8, 1853; m. Nov. 

15, 1878, George £. Dolby. 

700. IT. Eleaier, b. Sept. 21, 1821. 

701. V. George, b. Feb. 24, 1824. 



Ons^ LoBiNG (Edward^f Oti^j David^, Davids, 
Thanuui^^ Thomas^), bom in August, 1800; married De- 
cember 26, 1824, Adeline Bearse. 
He died at Worcester April 9, 1859. 

Children: 

i. Henry", b. in Dec., 1833. 

ii. Hcmoe, b. S^t. 13, 1835; d. at Boston Jan. 11, 1906. 

867. Elisha Thachbr^ Loring {Edward^^ Oti^, David\ 
Damd^, Thama^, Thomas^), bom at Barnstable July 12, 
1804; married in October, 1842, Rose Wing. She died 
in 1848. He married second, at Dorchester August 6, 
1849, Eliza W., daughter of Gideon and Elizabeth Wing, 
aged 40. He settled in Boston; was a merchant, residing 
at Dorchester. 

He married third, June 5, 1876, Susan J., daughter of 
John Q. and Susan Adams, of Boston, aged 33. 



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He died October 8, 1889. 

Children: 

702. i. ThacherS b. May 18, 1842. 

703. ii. Charles Wing, b. 1846. 



J. Allen T.^ Loring {Edward^j Otis^^ David^^ Davids, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), bom Septemb^ 6, 1818; married 
Eliza A. Oliver, of Cinciimati, O. 

369. Charles^ Lobing {Edward^, Otis^, David^ Damd?^ 
Thomas^, Thomas^), bom May 17, 1820; married at Dor- 
chester August 15| 1849| Mary Frances, daughter of 
Luther and Nancy Roby, aged 23. 

370. Milton J.^ Loring (Edward^, OtUI^^ David\ 
DavUPf Thoma^f Thomas^) , bom at Barnstable June 25, 
1821; married Justina Mower. 

Cauld: 

Edith M.", b. in 1881; m. Feb. 29, 1912, Winfield Stott, a 
travding raihroad piuMenger agent, res. Baokatoon, Saak. 

372. Wiluam' Loring {EUphalee, Eliphalefi, Damd\ 
Davi^f Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Baxnstable January 
9, 1802; married first, Caroline Ledyard. He married 
second, Ann Loring Pope, who died at Sandwich August 
11, 1880. 

He died August 29, 1855. 

Children: 

i. Horace S.^ b. Apt. 15, 1837; d. unm., Nov. 12, 1866. 

ii. William. 

iii. Sarah S., b. Oet. 15, 1841 ; d. May 22, 1861. 

373. Russell' Loring {Eliphalel^, Eliphalefi, Datrid^ 
Davids, Thomas^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Barnstable, married 
in 1827 Elizabeth Chase, of Boston. , 

''He died, leaving two sons and i^ daughter.'^ 

Child: 

LydiaSturgiB*, b. in 1829; became a librarian; d. mm., at 
Barnstable Nov. 21, 1803. 



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377. Eluah^ Lorino {Elijoh^^ Ahner^y Damd^, DauiiP, 
Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Barnstable May 9, 1805, 
married first, in 1832, Catherine Richardson. He married 
second, January 17, 1848, Lucretia Colcord, of Watei> 
boro. Me. 

He resided at Barnstable; was a famous sportsoian; 
the Patriot reported his killing 44 ''Red-breasts'' 
(red-headed duck) at one shot, in May, 1845, on the salt 
meadows. The birds were sent to the Boston market, 
the paper adds. 

He died October 22, 1887. 

Children: 

i. Abbie (or Adeline) F.*, b. in 1833; m. Dec. 2, 1805, Frederick 

' P. Jonee. 
ii. S«rah» b. m 1837; m. Oot. 26, 1868, Thomas Jones, Jr. 
iii. Ephraim R., b. in Jan., 1839; a nuuiner; d. unm., '' lost at 

sea," Sept. 2, 1866. 
705. iv. Elijah Linnell, b. Nov. 27, 1843. 

V. John B., b. Sept. 8, 1847; d. Aug. 21, 1862. 

vi. Hannah (twin), b. Sept. 8, 1847. 

vii. Ruth L., b. in 1852; m. Feb. 3, 1870, William A. Dnumnond. 

viiL Julia A., b. in 1853; m. Dee. 23, 1875, Warren T. Butler, of 

Wobum. 
ix. Nellie, m. July 19, 1876, Samuel Gibby , of Chebea. 



878, William^ Lorino {Elijah^, Ahner*, Datdd^, Davids, 
Thamaa^, Thomas'), bom in November, 1808; married 
Jmie 26, 1831, Julia Annette Nye. 

He lived at Barnstable. 

He was master of the barque Turbo, for Marseilles. 

Children: 

i. William Nye», b. Oct. 6, 1832. 

n. Julia N.,b. Feb. 7, 1835. 

iii. Ada Maria, b. May 13, 1837; m. Mar. 31, 1869, Walter H. 

Foiter, of Boston, 
iv. Malvina, b. Nov. 14, 1840; m. Oct. 9, 1864, Joseph Foster, 

of Newton, 
y. Emma, b. in 1846; m. Nov. 19, 1868, ABan J. Chaae, b. in 

Conway, N. H. 



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379. EuFHALET^ LoBiNQ {Elijah^ Ahner*, D(wid\ 
DavidP, Thomas^, Thomas^) y bom April, 1811; married 
first in 1834 Sarah, daughter of Ellis and Susanna Jenkins; 
she died April 2, 1884, aged 71 years, 1 month and 15 
days. He married second, July 19, 1884, Hannah 
Connor, bom at Easthampton. Resided at Barnstable. 
He died March 20, 1889. 

Children: 
706. i. Henry F.^ b. Got. 14, 1836. 

ii. Mary Adeline, b. June 13, 1885; d. while at school at East- 
hampton Aug. 8, 1902. 
iii. AdaWaitt,b.Aug.l5,1887. 

381, George^ Loring {Ignatin^j IgnaHu^^ IffnaHfis\ 
CakV, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Halifax, Mass., Oc- 
tober 3, 1790; married Jidy 14, 1811, Lucy, daughter of 
Captain William and Submit (Cox) Tobey, of Portland, 
Me.; she died January 2, 1864. 

He was a sea captain and ship builder at Portland, Me. ; 
resided at Fahnouth, Me. He died June 23, 1870. 

Children (beside six that died young) : 

i. Abby Soule*, b. in Sept., 1812; m. Captain Gerta. 

ii. Lucy Ann, b. in Mar., 1813; m. Rer. J. F. Burbaak. 

iii. Jane B., b. in 1820; m. May 17, 1842, Edward Mead Patten; 
she d. July 10, 1895. (See Patten Genealogy.) 

iv. George W., b. in July, 1822; became captain of ship Eliza 
Warwick^ of Liverpool. Was swept to his death by a 
great wave which washed off the wheelhouse and the 
captain and two other men who were steering, Jan. 12, 
1847. 

386. Jonathan^ Lorino (Jacobs, Ignatiu^^ Ignatita^^ 
CcdeVf Thomas^, Thomas^)^ bom at Plympton February 
22, 1785; married in January, 1814, Sarah Cleverly. 

He settled at Braintree. 

He died March, 1815. 

Child: 
707. Jonathan T.^ b. Mar. 30, 1815, 



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387. Galsb^ Lorino (Levi^, Iffnatitu^, Ignatiiu^^ CdUb^^ 
Thomas^ Thomaa^)^ married Elizabeth Watkins. 
He settled at Waterioo, N. Y.; was a physician. 

Children: 

i. John Webster", 
ii. Mary, 



). Almon Ignatius' Lobing (Len^ Ignatiu^^ Ig- 
na«it«^ Calet^, Thma^, Thomas^), bom October 10, 
1797; married Sarah J., daughter of Asahel Savage, of 
Sheffield) who died May 20, 1875, aged 74 years and 10 
days. 

He made his home at Great Barrington; was jiustice 
of the peacfe; representative to the l^slature in 1846. 

He died January 29, 1875. 

Children: 

i. Albert Henry*, b. in 1826; a master mechanic; he d. Nor. 
23, 1899. 

709. ii. Lyman Auguftus, b. in Augoat, 1827. 

iiL Sarah Jane, m. Feb. 3, 1864, Edward L. Boardman, of New 
York city. 

710. iv. Ahnon R., b. in 1883. 

V. Cekstia A., became a phsrsician; she settled at New York 
city; she d. at Great Barrington July 6, 1893, ». 68 yra., 
8 mos., 9 dya. 

vi. Antoinette. 

vii. Benjamin Harrison. 

yiii. A child, was bur. Aug. 24, 1837. 

u. Jane £., b. Aug. 24, 1845. 

591. MmsB' LoBiNO (Isaacff Ignatitu^f IgnoHut^^ 
Calet^, Thanuu^, Thomas^), bom at Sheffield m 1803. 

He died at New Marlborough August 13, 1847. 

Child: 

711. Miner N.* 

592. GiLBB A.' LoBiNG {Isaac^f IgnaJtiv^^ Ignatitu^, 
CaUb^, ThofM^, Thomas^), bom at Sheffield, February 4, 



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SEVENTH GENERATION 211 

1805; married first, Amy Elizabeth Kellogg, bom January 
19, 1815, died January 20, 1837. He married second, 
February 7, 1841, ''Demmis" (Damans) M. Wariner. 

He resided successively at Shdfield, Mass., Genoa, O., 
and White Pigeon, Mich. 

He died in 1874. 

Children: 

712. i. George Edlogg*, b. at SheflSeld Apr. 6, 1833. 

ii. Maria Reed, b. Deo. 12, 1834; m. May 20, 1859, Wm. 

Monroe Clark, 
iii. Maiy E., b. Aug. 27, 1845. 
iv. A son, b. Not. 5, 1850. 

898. Chester A.' Lorino (Jaacu^, Ignatius, IgnaUtu^, 
CaUt^, Ttumati^, Thcnnas^), bom at Sheffield; married 
Ann E., daughter of Nathan and Eliaa Stanton; she died 
at Hinsdale January 22, 1880, aged 58 years, 9 months 
and 6 days. 

Residence, Sheffield* 

Children: 

i. George*, b. June Ip, 1843; d. at Northampton Mar. 24, 1900. 
718. ii. James B., b. in 1844. 

iii. Giles H.,b. in Jan., 1847; d. Feb. 27, 1848. 

iv. Harry CSiester, b. June 4, 1849. 

▼. Fhebe A., b. Jan. 13, 1862; m. Jan. 31, 1860, CSiarks A. 

Cor^. 
tL Lydia L., b. June 4, 1853. 
vii Eunice M., b. Get. 12, 1865; m. May 26, 1876, George E. 

Watkins. 
vili. Emeline M., b. Jan. 8, 1857. 

IX. Fanny A., b. Aug. 11, 1860; m. Dec. 19, 1878, George W. 

Becker. 

X. A daughter, b. Sept. 4, 1862. 
xL A son, b. Not. 9, 1864. 

402. Adoniram JtTDSON^ LoBiNO (Jamet^j James^^ 
John\ CaUt^y Thomas\ Thomas^), bom at North Bridge- 
water April 20, 1820; married first, August 7, 1844, 
Abigail W., dai^^hter of Hosea Alden, bom in 1822, died 
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1850, Sally H., daughter of Royal and Sarah S. Hollis, 
bom in 1834; she died in Illinoi3 in 1855. He married 
third, at Lowell November 10, 1857, Eimiee Matilda, 
daughter of Charles and Rachel Warren, of Groton, aged 
27. She died in January, 1870. 

He was a boot and shoe maker at various centers of 
the business. In 1855 went to Illinois, planning to buy 
a farm; but the death of his (second) wife broke up the 
plan, and he came back east. Again in 1867 he tried 
fanning at Orange, N. H., for a year. He built a house in 
North Bridgewater in 1872, and in 1876 bought a farm in 
the same place, where he spent the rest of his life. 

He died at Brockton (formerly North Bridgewater) 
September 2, 1890. 

Children: 
i. MdvinaS b. Aug. 27, 1851; m. Apr. 15, 1876, Francis EUiot 
Snow, of Brockton. 
Children: 

1. Harry Almyn Snow, b. June 7, 1877. 

2. Ella Gertrude Snow, b. Aug. 29, 1879; m. Mar. 1, 

1899, Louis G. Smith. 
714. ii. Frank, b. at N. Bridgewater Apr. 9, 1853. 

ill. Ada Vesta, b. Jan. 9, 1866; m. Jan. 4, 1887, Walter Pratt, 
of Brockton, carpenter. They live on the Loring home- 
stead. 
Children: 

1. Leslie Warren Pratt, b. Oct. 17, 1895. 

2. Everett Loring Pratt, b. Sept. 19, 1899. 

408. Simeon Wood^ Lobing {Thomas^j Nathaniel 
r.», John\ CaleVy Thomas?, Thomas^), bom at Spencer 
February 23, 1800; married Jane A., daughter of Samuel 
C. and Jane A. Gibbs; he died May 25, 1868; aged 63 
years, 10 months and 25 days. 

He settled at Blandford; was a colonel in the State 
militia; was representative in 1830. 

He died April 18, 1885. 

Children: 
i. Thomas W.*, b. in 1826; a lawyer; m. May 26, 1851, Rowena 
S., daU. of Elijah D. and Ina Gibbe. He d. Sept. 16 
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SEVENTH GENERATION 213 

ii. Rollin S., b. in 1831; became a physician; m. Mar. 26, 1857, 
Sarah M., dau. of Freegrace Newton, ». 22. 
716. iii. Dexter H. 

iv. Samuel Gibbs, student in Harv. Law School in 1863. 
V. Cordelia, b. in 1840; m. Dec. 7, 1869, Lyman H. Lloyd, 
vi. Eliaa Jane, b. Nov. 28, 1843; m. Apr. 25, 1867, Charles H. 
Conwell, of Minneapolis, Minn., b. at Worthington. 



404. Lucius Augustine^ or Augustine Lucius^ Lor- 
ING {Thomas^, Natlianiel T.*, John\ CaUV, Thomas^, 
ThoTna8^)y bon^ at Spencer October 11, 1804; married at 
Rutland October 11, 1824, Elizabeth R. Moore, bom in 
May, 1807, died March 9, 1884. 

He settled at Oakham. He died January 10, 1846. 

Children: 

i. Elizabeth Anjeanette", b. July 16, 1825; m. Feb. 12, 1846, 
James Babbitt, of North Brookfield. 

716. ii. Thomas Augustine, b. Dec. 24, 1827. 

iii. Ghloe Lauraette Draper, b. Feb. 16, 1830; m. July 11, 1852, 

Ethan R.Bothwell. 
iv. Mariette S., b. Aug. 24, 1833; m. Aug. 2, 1852, Joseph A. 

Moore. 
V. George Valentine, b. May 8, 1837. 
vi. Theodore, b. Oct. 27, 18^; d. Jan. 9, 1843. 
vii. Frank E. D., b. Jan. 17, 1844. 

717. viii. Arthur Lucius, b. Sept. 20, 1846. 



404a. Lucius Prrrs^ Lorinq {Daniel^, Nathaniel T.\ 
John\ CaleV, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Cahaba, Ala., 
January 19, 1821; married May 12, 1841, Mary Marsena 
Branson, of Sumter, S. C, where he was brought up in 
the family of his maternal grandfather, Jeremiah Pitts. 
Mrs. Loring outlived her husband, and died April 0, 1898. 

He was a planter in Sumter, an elder in the Presby- 
terian church. He was captain of Company K in the 24th 
South Carolina Infantry in the army of the Southern 
Confederacy, and served in Virginia. "His later life 
was devoted to repairing the losses he had suffered by the 
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Children: 

i. Fannie*, b. Jan. 2^, 1842; d. in infancy. 
iL Anna Chariotte, b. Aug. 6, 1843. 
ill. LuciuB Pitts, b. Nov. 10, 1844; d. in infancy, 
hr. Paulina Matilda, b. Jan. 18, 1848; m. Dec. 29, 1870, Timothy 
W. Lee, of Statesburg, S. C. 
Children: 

1. Stella Pauline Lee, b. Jan. 1, 1872; d. Nov. 12, 1876. 

2. Anna Lydia Lee, b. Feb. 1, 1873. 

3. Washington Loring Lee, b. Nov. 16, 1875. A civil 

engineer. Served in the Spanish-American War; 
in now mai or in State militia. 

718. V. George Washington, b. Sept. 24, 1852. 
vi. Emma, b. Aug. 8, 1858; d. in infancy. 

vii. Mary Wesley, b. June 15, 1861 ; d. Sept. 9, 1862. 

406. Geobgb Augustus' Lorino {John\ Nathaniel 
T.\ John\ Calet^, Thonuu^, Thomas^), bom at Leicester 
March 2, 1831; married at Worcester November 16, 
.1854, Frances A«, daughter of Asa M. and Harriet S. 
Allen, aged 22. 

He died at Leicester February 18, 1893. 

407. Geobgb' Lobixg (Friend^, EzekiePf Thonuu^^ 
CoM^, Thama^, Th4ma8^)y bom at Portland, Me., May 
14, 1816; married first, July 7, 1836, Hannah, daughter of 
Micah Bryant Harlow, bom May 28, 1820, died at North 
Bridgewater May 21, 1849. He married second. May 2, 
1850, Mrs. Mary Porter Proctor, daughter of Charles and 
Rebecca Lincoln and widow of Samuel Proctor; she was 
bom October 19, 1817, died August 31, 1895. 

He removed to Hympton; to Homer, N. Y.; then to 
North Bridgewater. He died June 24, 1868. 

Children: 

i. George Edward", b. Sept. 19, 1887; d. Deo. 2, 1838. 

719. ii. AuguBtuB Barnabas, b. Sept. 15, 1840. 
iii. George Edward, b. and d. Jan. 24, 1843. 
hr. Eraatus F., b. Sept. 5, d. Oct. 30, 1847. 

V. Alice Frances, b. Apr. 17, 1853; m. June 1, 1876, William 
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407a. James H. H.^ Lorinq {Friend^, Ezekiefi, Tfuma^, 
Caleb^f Thomas^, Thomas^, bom at Portland, Me., Jan- 
uary 7, 1823; married at Fairhaven January 7, 1861, 
Sarah Moody, daughter of Jonathan and Olive Myrick, 
of Harwich, bom at Orleans December 25, 1831; she 
died at Riverside, Cal., February 12, 1891. 

Removed to Westbrook, Me. He was color sergeant 
of the 17th Maine Volimteer Infantry, enlisted August 
18, 1862; his regiment had the most strenuous service. 
He was killed in the battle of Gettysburg, July 2, 1863. 

Children: 

i. Alice OouldiIlg^ b. Oct. 12, 1852; m. Aug. 31, 1881, Henry 

Maher Bnining. 
li. Wallace Colby, b. Aug. 20, 1857; d. Aug. 25, 1859. 
iii. Jennie Gertrude, b. Dec. 5, 1859; m. Oct. 10, 1881, Charles 

Sumner Covell. 



407b. Martin B.' Lorino (Friend^, Ezekiel^, Thomas^, 
Calebs ^ Thomas*, Thomas^), bom at Portland, Me., Novem- 
ber 28, 1826; married first, Harriet B. . He 

married second, Martha A. , who died October 

16, 1872. 

He resided at Lyim in 1849 and at Melrose at the time 
of his death, April 2, 1872. 

Children: 

1. T^nUiam HenryS b. at Lynn June 28, 1849. 

ii. Ellen, m. at Maiden Oct. 9, 1872, William L. Berry. 

408. Sbth Lbwis^ Lorinq (EzekieP, Ezekiel^, Thomas^ 
CaleV, Thoma^f Thomas^), bom at Plympton February 
20, 1809; married March 31, 1831, Lam*a Ann, daughter 
of Charles A. and Mary (Cushman) Thomas, of Marsh- 
field, bom July 10, 1808; she survived her husband and 
died February 1, 1897. 

He settled at Charlestown; was a shipjoiner in the 
Navy Yard in 1849; in that year went to California, but 
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He was s representative one year; a monber of the order 
of Odd Fellows. 
He died at Plympton June 2, 1869. 

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Children: 

i. Charles Thoma8^ b. May 3, 1832; d. Feb. 9, 1849. 
720. ii. John Pimnmer, b. Apr. 13, 1834. 

409. Thomas B.^ Lorino (EzekieP, EzekiePj Thomas^ 
Cdle¥, Thomas^ f Thomas^), bom at Plympton July 24, 
1813; married October 24, 1844, Lucy, daughter of 
Jonathan Parker; she died at Plymouth March 20, 1885, 
aged 68 years, 8 months and 28 days. 

He died at Newton February 2, 1895. 

Children: 

i. Thomas', b. and d. in 1846. 

ii. Lucy M., b. Aug. 30, 1848; m. Jan. 11, 1877, Alvin J. Gor- 
don, of Newton. She d. Jan. 1, 1878. 

iii. Abigail P., b. Jan. 14, 1850; m. Dec. 25, 1882, Otis Baker, 
Jr. 

iv. Mary S., b. Jan. 23, 1852; m. July 8, 1880, Alvin J. Gordon. 

V. Laura Thomas, b. June 1, 1853; m. Feb. 17, 1881, Albert L 
Gordon. 

vi. Hannah (Annie) 8., b. Apr. 24, 1858; m. Oct. 17, 1882, Henry 
W. Barnes. 

vii. Helen P., b. Feb. 6, 1861 ; m. Feb. 6, 1883, Ernest F. Hayden, 
ofBrookfidd. 

409a. Caleb^ Loring (TFiHiom*, WiUiam^, Thomas^ 
CaleVj Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Turner, Me., March 
19, 1798; married Pmdence Packard. She died about 
March, 1858. 

He died June 21, 1859. 

Children: 

721. i. Stetson". 

ii. Betsey,' d. unm. about Dec, 1857. 

409b. William^ Loring {William^ , William^ ^ Thomas^ ^ 
Caleb^, Thomas^ J Thomas^) ^ bom at Turner, Me., Novem- 



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ber 30, 1800; married Hannah Eeene; she died about 
July, 1868. 

He was a farmer in the town of his birth. 

He died March 9, 1889. 

Children: 

i. Lydia", m. Cyrus Brig^s and had children. She d. Dec. 

30, 1861. 
ii William Lloyd, m. Julia Richards. 
Child: 
Stella. 

409c, Seth^ Loring (JViUiam^, WiUiam\ Thomas^ 
Cdleb^, Tkamaa^ Thomas^), bom at Turner, Me., April 3, 
1807; married May 11, 1836, Nancy, daughter of Rev. 
Joseph and Deborah (Fuller) Hutchinson, bom Decem- 
ber 5, 1813, died September 27, 1886. 

He was a farmer on the old homestead. 

He died March 9, 1878. 

Children: 

i. Lucy*, b. Jan. 26, 1838; m. June 13, 1858, Charles Bicknell, 
of Buckfield, Me. Two children d. young. 

ii. Marie, b. May 6, 1843; m. Mar. 4, 1873, James Preston 
Hutchinson. Res. at Auburn, Me. 
Children: 

1. Lucy Hutchinson, m. Rev. Fenwick L. Leavitt; rem. 

to Brewton, Ala. 

2. Emma Hutchinson. 

722. iii. John MUton, b. Oct. 24, 1847. 

723. iv. Isaac Newton, (twin) b. Oct. 24, 1847. 

410. Joseph^ Lorino (John^, Joseph^ ^ Joseph*, Joseph^, 
John\ Thomas^), bom at Lancaster, July 19, 1768; mar- 
ried in 1799, Mary Belknap, of Sterling. 

He was a clock maker by trade. 

He died at Sterling January 31, 1846. 

Children: 

724. i. Joseph FlaggS b. in 1806. 

725. ii. John Tilden, b. May 26, 1809. 
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iv. Mary Ann. 

V. Betseyi m. Dr. Ingalla. 

vi. William, d. unm. 

411. JoHN^ LoRiNO (/oAn^ Joseph^ Joseph^ Jo9eph\ 
John\ Thama^), bom at Lancaster September 9, 1770; 
married first, at Groton January 7, 1706, Lois, daughter 
of Hon. Francis Faulkner, of Acton, bom September 27, 
1772, died January 23, 1819. He married second, 
Fel»ruary 9, 1820, Hannah Faulkner, sister of Lois, who 
was bom in 1776 and died September 20, 1841. He mar- 
ried third, August 2, 1842, Mrs. Clarissa Lothrop, of 
Augusta, Me., who outlived him, spent her last years at 
Augusta with her son by former marriage, and died there 
in 1774. 

He bought a farm at Solon, Me., in 1801; the title 
proving defective, he bought another farm at Norridge- 
wock, Me., on the south side of the Kennebec river, ex- 
tending nearly a mile along the river, including the site 
of the railroad yard of a much later day. This was ac- 
quired by several purchases. From this he afterward 
gave lots for the village academy and the parsonage of 
Rev. Josiah Peet. 

When the CTongregational church was organized in 
1797 he was one of the twenty-four members. Was a 
deacon and an active force for good in the community. 
He was treasurer of the county as well as of the town. He 
owned a tannery. He was president of a temperance 
society before the days of laws against the evil of intoidca- 
tion. He was a representative to the legislature in 1812. 

He died December 9, 1850. 

Children: 

i. Louifla', b. Nov. 7, 1707; m. (1), Feb. 26, 1821, Simeon 
Heald, of Winalow, Me.; this family pronounce the name 
Hale. He was a fanner and stock raiser. He d. Oct. 
12, 1853, and she m. (2) Peter Talbot. 
Children: 
1. Franoee Louisa Heald, b. Feb. 15, 1822; m. Feb. 16, 
1845, James Hasty, of Waterville, Me. 



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The five daughters of Major John Loring of Norridgewock, Maine, 
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2. SiiDeon Heald, Jr., b. Mar. 4, 1829; m. Julia A. Kemp- 

ton; rem. to Prboe Edward lalaiid, Can. 

3. Abbie Heald, b. May 19, 1837; m. Capt. Henry B. 

Stratton, a sea captain who made many foreign 
voyages. 
iL John, b. Apr. 19, 1799; d. Nov. 23, 1818. 

726. iii. Ira, b. Feb. 8, 1801. 

iv. Elizabeth (Betsey), b. May 11, 1802; m. July 2, 1824, Jonas 
Heald, brother of her sister Lc^iisa's husband. They 
rem. to Matagorda, Tex.; he d. in 1842; the widow made 
her home with her dau., Mrs. Carmer at Bastrop, Tex.; 
she d. July 23, 1858. 
Children: 

1. Harriet Elizabeth Stoddard Heald, b. Nov. 3, 1826; 

d. Aug. 2, 1852. 

2. Helen Louise Heald, b. Aug. 19, 1828; m. June 19, 

1854, Capt. John Carmer, assistant professor of 
Latin and Mathematics in the Kentucky Military 
Institute, later president of Chapel Hill Female 
College, Washington Co., Tex. He d. Aug. 12, 
1867; Mrs. Carmer rem. to Palo Alto, Cal. 

3. Abby Frances Heald, b. Sept. 24, 1832; m. in May, 

1849, Joseph Nudd, of Waterville, Me.; she d. Jan. 
29, 1857. 

4. Caroline Augusta Heald, b. Sept. 24, 1832; m. Nov. 25, 

1857, Henry Carvill, of Brunswick, Me. He d. 
Mar. 3, 1893, and the widow made her home with 
her daughter Ada Lois, wife of Dr. Alaric Weston 
Haskell. 

5. John Loring Heald, b. May 6, 1835; m. in 1894 Belle 

Marston; res. at Oaklimd, Cal.; an inventor and 
machinist. 

6. Edward Payson Heald, b. Mar. 17, 1837; d. from 

coasting accident. 
727. V. Charles, b. July 31, 1803. 

vi. Henry, b. Aug. 20, 1806; d. Sept. 6, 1815. 
vii. Mary Ann, b. Jan. 23, 1809; m. Mar. 30, 1829, Joseph 
Eaton, one of the founders and long the president of the 
Somerset and Komebec R.R. Was pros, of the Ticonio 
Bank of Waterville, Me.; several terms representative 
to the Legislature and State senator. He d. Aug. 28, 
1865; shed. Dec. 14, 1868. Bur. at Winslow. 
Children: 

1. AbigaS Eaton, b. May 5, 1830; d. Apr. 25, 1837. 

2. Charles Eaton, b. June 5, 1832; m. Oct. 21, 1857, 

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3. Rowland Eaton, b. Oct. 23, 1834; d. Oct. 19, 1870. 

4. Joseph Eaton, Jr., b. Feb. 13, 1837; m. Feb. 20, 1866, 

Ellen A. Simpson. He d. July 30, 1869. 

5. Mary Ann Eaton, b. July 11, 1839; m. Sept. 1, 1858; 

Horace K. Batchelder, of Boeton; he d. at Roxbury 
July 27, 1896; she d. Nov. 1, 1897. . 

6. Abbie Frances Eaton, b. Mar. 27, 1843; m. Dec. 3, 

1873, Lucius Allen and lived at Boston. He d. 
June 1, 1892. 

7. Solomon Eaton, b. Aug. 12, 1846. 

8. Francis Loring Eaton, b. Dec. 15, 1849; d. Mar. 4, 

1857. 

9. Frederick Eaton, b. Feb. 9, 1852; d. Mar. 15, 1857. 
viii. Clarissa, b. Feb. 2, 1811; m. Dec. 10, 1844, Rev. Joseph 

Garland. She d. at Denver, Colo., July 4, 1883. 

Children: 

1. Joseph Batchelder Garland, b. Nov. 3, 1845; m. at 

Worcester Sept. 8, 1870, Enmia M. Rockwood. He 
has been a flour and grain merchant in that city. 

2. Clara Elisabeth Garland, b.7an. 28, 1847; d. Apr. 17, 

1848. 

3. Clara Elizabeth Gariand, b. Dec. 30, 1848; m. Nov. 30, 

1871, Charles H. Munroe, of Worcester and later of 
Denver, Colo. 

4. Edmund Newell Garland (twin), b. Dec. 30, 1848; 

d. Mar. 9, 1852. 
ix. Esther, b. Apr. 2, 1813; m. Apr. 9, 1834, Charles Frederic 
Paine, and settled at Winslow, Me. He was an inventor 
and was killed in the explosion of a boiler for a steam- 
boat he had designed, May 23, 1848. Esther d. at 
Newton Jan. 6, 1882. 

Children: 

1. Charles Paine, b. Aug. 20, 1834; d. June 18, 1876. 

2. Ellen Maria Paine, b. Mar. 2, 1836; m. Oct. 16, 1865, 

William Atwood Stratton, of Winslow, Me., a 
photographer; res. at Maiden. 

3. Harriet Newell Paine, b: July 31, 1838; m. Nov. 22, 

1861, Augustus Marshall, photographer, Boston. 

4. Esther Matilda Paine, b. Sept. 20, 1840; m. Sept. 25, 

1880, Joel Harris Gittings. Res. at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

5. Otis Frederic Paine, b. Oct. 3, 1842; d. Jan. 15, 1884. 

6. William Loring Paine, b. Nov. 21, 1845. He served 

in a Mass. regiment .during the Civil War; then 
removed to Arkansas; was a farmer and stock 
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afterward postmaster at Argenta, opposite Little 
Rock. A man well spoken of. 
7. Emma Frances Paine, b. Aug. 29, 1847; d. Dec. 6, 1853. 
728. X. John Henry, b. Oct. 30, 1821. 

412. Jonathan^ Lorino {John^, Joseph^, Joseph^ 
Joseph^, John^^ Thomas^) , bom at Lancaster January 20, 
1773^ married Mary, daughter of Nehemiah and Abigail 
Trowbridge, bom June 1, 1876, died October 13, 1865. 

He settled at Groton; hh farm was the place where the 
famous "Willard's Garrison" was located in the Indian 
war. 

He died at Groton July 12, 1865. 

413. JoNAs^ Lorino (John^^ Joseph^, Joseph^ Joseph?^ 
John\ Thomas^) J bom at Lancaster March 13, 1775; 
married August 11, 1801, Mary, daughter of John and 
Elizabeth (Smith) White, bom October 4, 1778. They 
lived some years at Peterborough, N. H.; he built and 
resided in a large brick house. He removed to Medina, 
0., in the Western Reserve about 1838, and spent the 
remainder of his life there. 

Mary died November 15, 1862, and he died March 16, 
1856. 

Children: 

i. Amarette^ b. Mar. 22, 1802; d. July 4, 1837. 

ii. Lorenzo, b. Jan. 2, 1804; d. at New Orleans, La., June 10, 

1835. 
iii. John, b. July 21, 1805; m. Mary Merrit of Pennfield, N. Y., 

and settled in Michigan, 
iv. Ashley, b. Apr. 21, 1807;, m. Elisabeth Wheelock; he d. in 

Ohio Jan. 28, 1849. 
V. Frederick, b. Feb. 12, 1809; m. Jan. 3, 1834, Mary Little; 

settled at Carthage, HI. She d. in Feb., 1848, m. 38 yrs. 

(See " John White of Wenham and Lancaster," Vol. 2, 

pp. 81-91.) 
vi. Sally, b. Sept. 6, 1811; m. Oct. 5, 1820, Jefferson Nay; 

settled in Ohio, 
vii. Elizabeth, b. Oct. 21, 1815; m. in 1839 John Lozedder. 
viii. Maiy, b. Aug. 14, 1819; m. Sept. 11, 1845, Chester T. Hills. 

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414. Danibl' Losing (John^, Joseph^^ Joseph^ Joseph^ 
John\ Thama^), bom at Lancaster (now Sterling) Novem- 
ber 27, 1777; married first, at Northborough May 21, 
1805, Catherine (Gaty) Maynard; she was shot by an 
irresponsible person October 23, 1815; he married second, 
November 19, 1816, Sabra Maynard, sister of Caty; 
she died September 30, 1846. 

He lived on the old homestead in Sterling and was a 
farmer. He died January 6, 1864. 

Children: 

i. Rebeoca^ b. Feb. 20, 1806; m. Apr. 10, 1824, Joseph Fter- 
Km, b. Oot. 17, J804, d. Nov. 24, 1858. She d. July 18, 
1880. Tb^ lived at various places in Mass., till 1846, 
, when they rem. to Walworth co.. Wis. She had 20 
grandduldren and great grandchildren at the time of 
herdeath. 
CMdren: 

1. Joseph Lorenso Peanon, b. Sept. 5, 1825; m. Dec. 27, 

1847, Nancy A. Everts. Was in the grain buaineiB 
at Mflwaukee. 

2. Bilaa Edwin Pearson, b. Sept. 18, 1827; m. Sept. 16, 

1840, Amanda MeUssa Morse. Celebmted their 
golden wedding at San Bernardino, CaL 

3. Ira Pearson, b. Oct. 1, 1833; m. Apr. 6, 1858, Harriet 

A. Garrett. Settled at Iowa City, la. 

4. Catherine Theresa Pearson, b. Sept. 16, 1835; m. June 

26, 1853, Chauncy H. Austin. Res. Sharon, Wis. 

5. Clara Pearson, b. July 10, 1841; m. Dec. 7, 1850, at 

Sharon, Wis., James H. Cox. 

6. Martha Ann Pearson, b. Mar. 2, 1844; m. May 28, 

1865, Robert Young; lived at Jasper co., la., and 
southwestern Kansas. 

7. Bartholomew Pearson, b. Sept. 20, 1845; m. Aug. 11, 

1868, Rosette Bird, of OrimwO, la.; res. Brookings, 
S.D. 

8. Mary Maroe Pterson, b. Feb. 17, 1852; m. June 4, 

1871, William Stansbury Simpson, M.D., of GrinneD, 
la. 
720. ii. Maynard, b. Jan. 23, 1808. 

iii. Elisabeth Howe, b. Feb. 4, 1812; m. Dec. 20, 1832, James 
H. Raymore. 
Children: 
1. James Francis Raymore, b. July 24, 1833; m. (1) Ann 
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2. Jane Eluabeih Raymore, b. Feb. 6, 1887; m. James 

Warren Wflder. 

3. Laura Azm Raymore, b. Apr. 11, 1889; d. Mar. 6, 1851. 

4. Georg0 EeteB Raymore, b. Aug. 8, 1849; m. Aug. 3, 

1870, Luella Clark, 
iv. Mary 8., b. in Nov. 1809; d. Aug. 31, 1813. 
y. Catherine, b. Mar. 28, 1814; m. Estea Pierce, of W. Boylston. 
vi. Blaria, b. Mar. 22, 1817; m. (1) Wm. Austin Pierce, of 
West Boylston. He d. Jan. 12, 1849; she m. (2) Wm. 
Johnson Ross ; she d. Ai^ . 26, 1884. 
Children: 

1. Martha Jan6 Pierce, b. Apr. 12, 1848; m. June 2, 1870, 

Nathan Louis Handy, woolen merchant in New York 
city. 

2. Ellen Maria Pierce, b. May 7, 1845; m. (1) Mdvin A. 

Davenport; m. (2) L. B. Upham, of Southbridge. 

3. Lyman Austin Ross, b. Dec. 5, 1853; m. (1) Ruth E. 

Ward; m. (2) Annie M. Boston. 

4. Leonard Warren Ross, b. Oct. 6, 1856; m. Dec. 23, 

1886, Florence Adelaide Pierce, of Dorchester. He 
is a landscape gardener, designer of Knollwood 
Cemetery, imd comptroDer of the corporation. 
Res. Boston. 

5. Walter Daniel Ross, b. July 29, 1859; m. (1) Nov. 19, 

1887, Mabel Newton, who d. May 9, 1898; he m. 
(2) Feb. 15, 1900, Mae Eula Eldridge. Res. Wmrnr 
ter, dealer in hardware, seeds, implements, etc. 

viL Mary, b. Mar. 17, 1819; m. Apr. 18, 1844, John Calvin 
Hastings. She d. Aug. 6, 1872. 
Chfldren: 

1. Albert Henry Hastings, b. Jan. 12, 1846; m. Apr. 12, 

1870, Sarah Elisabeth Bigelow. 

2. Ella Sabra HastingB, b. July 11, 1850; m. Nov. 28, 

1871, Atwood Beamon Eeyee. 

3. Martha Hastings, b. Apr. 21, 1853; d. Sept. 21, 1876. 

4. Anna Catherine Hastings, b. Oct. 10, 1858; m. June 

22, 1876, Warren H. Whitoomb. 
780. viii. Charies HoUan, b. Aug. 23, 1821. 

ix. John, b. in Jan. 1824; was a miner at ShaVs Flat, Cal.; d. 
(with some reason to suppose that he was murdered for 
his money) in Jan., 1872; unm. 

X. Henry Abbott, b. in 1827; m. (1) Sept. 2, 1852, Maria K 
Jewett; m. (2) Sept. 15, 1882, Mrs. Emily A. (Spaulding) 
Bumham. He served in the 25th Mass. Vol. Inf. in 
the Civil War. Lived at W. Boylston and at Worcester; 
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xi. Marsylvia, b. in 1820; m. July 4, 1850, Henry E. Dunbar, 
of Chicopee; she d. 8.p., Dee. 31, 1851. 

416. John Hancock^ Lorino (Joseph^, Joseph^, 
Joseph*, Joseph^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Lexington 
November 24, 1775; married in isioo Sarah (called also 
Polly), daughter of David and Sarah Penny, bom at 
Lexington February 14, 1780, died November 26, 1855. 

He settled at Groton; kept the Rindge Hill tavan, 
which was continued by his sons in their turn. Was a 
selectman two years. He died June 5, 1866. 

Children: 

731. i. JeffecBon*, b. in 1801. 

li. Miranda, b. in 1803; m. in 1822 John B. Ptescott. 

iii. Mary, b. in 1805; m. in 1833 Adam Fisk, of Jaffrey, N. H. 

iv. EmeKne Amelia, b. in 1809; m. in 1833 Joseph Mansfield. 

732. V. Madison, b. in Dec., 1810. 
vi. Isaac, b. in 1813. 

vii. Sarah Augusta, b. in 1816; m. June 2, 1843, Isaiah L. 

Cragin. 
viii. Harriet Elisabeth, b. in 1818; m. in 1843 Edmund D. Derby. 

733. ix. John Harrison, b. in 1822. 

416. Joseph^ Lorino {Joseph^ Joseph'^, Joseph^ 
Joseph^, John\ Thoma^), bom at Lexington, baptized 
August 12, 1792; miarried Elizabeth Olcutt. 

He settled at Jackson, N. Y. 
He died in 1833. 

Children: 

i. Joseph*, 
ii. Henry, 
iii. Jane. 
iy. Ann. 

▼. Lydia Harrington. 
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417. Thobias^ Lorino {Jonathan^, Joseph^, Joseph^ 
Joseph^, John\ Thomas^), bom probably at Mason, N. H., 
married Rebecca, daughter of James and Hannah (Reed) 
Danforth, daughter of his stepmother. 

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Children: 

i. Bebeoca^ 
iL Thomas. 

417a. Joshua^ Lorinq {Thoma^, Joshua^, N€hemiah\ 
Joseph*, John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston November 1, 
1780; married October 16, 1808, Sarah (Sally) Johnson. 

He resided in Boston. 

He died in 1829, leaving the following will: 

In the Name of God, Amen, I Joshua Loring of Boston in 
the county of Suffolk and Coimnonwealth of Massachusetts, con- 
sidering the uncertainty of this m(»ial life and being of sound mind 
and memory, do make and publish this my last Will and Testament, 
to wit, I give and bequeath to each of my beloved children, namely 
Sarah Townsend Loring, Joshua Loring, Eleanor Johnson Loring, 
Maria Carlisle Loring, Edwin Hallet Loring and Harriet Ann Loring 
the sum of one dollar each, to bo paid them by the executrix herafter 
named. Item, considering it to be for the best interest of my family 
generally that my property shall remain undivided for their general 
support and maintenance, I hereby give and bequeath to my Moved 
wife Sally Loring all my real estate, vis., that estate situated in Peck 
Lane so called with the dwelling thereon in which I now live and all 
other real estate owned by me, to be by her and for her support and 
the support of my children during her natural life, and at her decease 
to be equally divided among my children. And I hereby constitute 
and appoint the said Sally Loring sole executor of Hob my last Will and 
Testament. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and 
seal this thirtieth day of August in the year of Our Lord one thousand 
eight hundred and twenty eight. 

JOSHUA LORINO. 

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of us. 

Lewis Bullard 

Artemas Simonds, 

Alvan Simonds. 

Proved February 8, 1829. 

Children: 

i. Sarah Townsend^ m. Horace A. Breed. 

738. ii. Joshua, b. Oct. 12, 1812. 

iii. Eleanor Johnson, m. Greenleaf C. Sanborn, 
iv. Maria Carlisle, m. Henry S. Washburn. 

739. V. Edwin Hallett. 

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418. John Wsntworth^ Lorino {Joshua^, Joshua^, 
Jo8hua\ Joseph^ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Roxbury, 
October 13, 1773; married in England in 1804 Anna, 
daughter of Admiral Philip Patton. 

From his youth he was in the British navy, and rose 
to be admiral; was lieutenant-governor of the Royal 
Naval Collie at one time. August 3, 1840, he was made 
a Knight Commander of the Order of the Bath. 

He died in 1850. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth Jaoe*, m. Rev. 'V^Uiam Vaux, p.D., prebend of 

Winchester, 
it Anna, d. in 1881. 
iii. Henry Nele, m. (1) Jean Sulliyan; m. (2) Mrs. Emily (Rus- 

coe) Taylor. He grad. Oxford Univ.; was a clergyman; 

incumbent dL Southwick in 1860; d. in 1890. 
iy. William, capt. R. N., m. Frances Louisa Adams; had five 

children, one of whom, Frederick George, has issue. 
▼. Frederick, d. young, 
vi. Gectfgiana, b. in 1821. 

419. Hbnrt Lloyd^ Loring (/osAua', Joshua*^ Jo8hua\ 
Jo9eph\ John\ Thomaa^)^ bom in England in 1784; 
married in 1816 Henrietta Louisa, daughter of N. E. 
Kindersley, of Sunny Hill. 

He was brought up at Reading under Dr. Valpy and 
became a Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford; was ap- 
pointed archdeacon of Calcutta. 

He died September 4, 1822. 

Children: 

i. Frances Louisa*, b. in 1820. 
740. ii. Edward Henry, b. in 1823. 



420. Robert Roberts^ Lorino (Joshua^, Joshua*^ 
Joshua^, Joseph^f John\ Thomas^), bom in England in 
1789; married fiiBt, in 1814, Mary Anne, daughter of Sir 
William Campbell, chief justice of upper Canada; she 
died January 16, 1822. He manied, second, in 1825, 



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Anne, daughter of Rev. William Smith, of Skelton 
Grange, Eng. 

He was a colonel in the British army; commanded at 
Halifax in the War of 1812, and was afterward captured 
while aide to Gen. Sir Gordon Drummond at the battle of 
Chippewa, and was exchanged. Made his home at 
Toronto, Can. 

He died in April, 1848. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth^, d. as. 9 yrs. 

ii. William Campbell, a barrister, who m. and left a aon; d. 

Jan. 23, 1846. 
iii. Amm Hemietta, m. Capt. Wm. B. CampbeO, at Beading, 

Eng. 
iv. Mary Amie, d. early. 
V. Robert Lloyd, d. in infancy. 

vi. George Frederick, b. in 1829; student at Toronto Univ. 
vii. Gertrude Sophia, d. in infancy, 
viii. Sidney Breton, d. in infancy, 
ix. Elizabeth, m. (1) Mr. Harris; m. (2) Wm. O'Brien. 



421. Hector' Lorino (John^^ Joshua^ Joshua^^ 
Joaeph^j John\ Thomas^), bom in England; i;narried Char- 
lotte Jessie, daughter of James Jamieson. 

He was a captain in the Royal Navy. He died in 1846. 

Children: 

i. Arthur Mapletoft,^ d., 8.p., in 1873. 
ii. Emma Salena, b. in 1843, d. in 1879. 



422. Joshua^ Lobing {Joshua?, Thoma^^ Benjamin^, 
Thoma^f John\ Thomas^), bom at Hingham March* 26, 
1782; married Sarah Woodbury Bray, of Gloucester, 
dau^ter of Edward and Edith (Doane) Bray, who 
died November 5, 1866, aged 83 years and 10 months. 

He settled at Salem. His house was destroyed by fire 
September 4, 1835. 

He died June 21, 1866. 



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Children: 

i. Henry S.*, b. in 1807; d. at Wenham Dec. 29, 1851. 

ii. George, d. at sea. 

ill. Joflhua, d. unm. Aug. 11, 1871, e. 54. 

741. iv. Edward D., b. Feb. 9, 1819. 
y. Sarah, m. John D. Hunt. 

vi. Lydia Ann, b. in 1815; d. unm. Sept. 5, 1880. 
vii. Car(dine. 

423. Hawkes' Loring (JoBkua*, Thama^f Beryamin^ 
Thoma^, Jokn\ Thomas^), bom at Hingham October 
31, 1785; married November 20, 1813, Sarah, daughter of 
Thomas and Sarah (Lane) Jones, bom October 26, 1790, 
died November 23, 1864. 

He was a master mariner, master of a packet. Re- 
sided at Hingham. His house was on the comer of Main 
and Cedar Streets. 

He died November 26, 1849. 

Children: 

742. i. Zena8>, b. July 14, 1814. 

ii. Sarah Augusta, b. Jan. Id, 1816; m. Aug. 27, 1855, Jamea 

S. Lewis, 
iii. Lydia, b. in 1823; m. Mw. 21, 1844, Hiram Whiton; she d. 

June 25, 1847. 

426. RstTBEN' Loring {Thcmeu^^ Thcmag^, Benjamin'^, 
Thoma^f Jokn\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Hingham November 
30, 1787; married May 18, 1811, Hannah Kenan, of 
Wilmington, N. C. 

He settled at St. Augustine, Fla. 

Children: 

i. John McCall^, a physician, m. Ck)melia ; d. e. 24. 

ii. Charles, m.; saOed for California with five others in a 
schooner, Feb. 23, 1849. 

iii. Elisa, m. A. A. Nunes, editor of the St. Augustine Sun. 

iv, William Wallace, began the life of a soldier in the cam- 
paigns against the Indians in Florida; studied law and 
was in practice at St. Joseph, Fla., and elected to the 
legislature. In the Mexican war was first a captain, 
then a major; lost an arm while leading a regiment of 



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Taken in Cairo 



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8BVENTH GBXBRATION 229 

riflemen at one of the gates of the city of Mezioo in 1847; 
suooeeded Fremont as colonel of a regiment; was com- 
missioned in 1849. Was commander of the department 
of Oregon awhile. Returning east he served in Indian 
campaiffu. In 1861 he ent^ed the Confederate army 
and rose to be a general, gaining much fame. After the 
war he was a banker in New York some time. In 1869 
he went to Egypt and obtained an appointment as a 
" Lewan Pasha" or brigadier-general in the army of the 
Khedive. In 1875 he took part in an expedition against 
Abyssinia and was promoted to be ''Fereek Pasha" or 
major-general. He resigned in 1879 and returned to 
America. He wrote a book entitled "A Confedmate 
Soldier m Egypt," published by Dodd, Mead A Co., 
New Yoric, 1884. See his portrait and account of Egjrp* 
tian service in " Recollections of a Rebel Reefer," Hough- 
ton, Mifflin Company, 1917. He d. Dec. 30, 1886. 
V. Frederick. 

427. Thomas' Loring (Thamaa^y Thomas^y Benjamin^ 
Thomas, John\ ThomM^)^ bom at Hingham December 
t 20, 1789; married in 1843 Mrs. Rebecca Love, widow of 

Hon. William Key Bond, of Ohio. 

He was a s^geant in the battle of Limdy's Lane, 
July 26, 1814. He was apprenticed to Dr. Johft Park of 
the Boston Repertory. Became an actor on the Boston 
stage, but attained no eminence. Removed to Raleigh, 
N. C; became editor of the Independent. Was elected 
mayor of the city in 1842. 

488. JosBPH Gborge' Lobino {Oearge^ Jaeepk^, Ben- 
jamin\ Thomas^ ^ John\ Thomas^) j bom at Malaga, Spain, 
in 1819; married first, in Spain, Signora Serafina Martinee, 
who died there. 

He married second, at West Roxbury, Mass., Jime 26, 
1861, Mary L., daughter of James W. and Mary J. 
Thompson; she resides in Boston. 

He came to Boston and Hingham while a lad and re- 
ceived his education imder the care of his father's relations. 
Returned to Spain and entered into the business which 
his father had established in Malaga. 

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ChUd: 

Maria Serafina^ b. in Spain Aug. 27, 1849; m. at Hingham 
Dec. 17, 1883, Arthur Lincoln, Esq., counaellor-at-law in 
Boston. He d. Dec. 11,. 1902. 
Chfld: 

Serafina Lincoln, b. Sept. 2, 1884; m. Oct. 4, 1911, 
Matthew Bartlett. 

429. George Henrt^ Lorikg (George*, Joeeph*, Benja- 
min^ , Thoma^y John*, Thomas^) , born at Malaga, Spain, 
August 20, 1822; married in 1850 Amalia, daughter of 
Manuel Agustin Heredia, of Malaga (bom at Laguna de 
CameroB) and of Isabel livermore, his wife. 

He was educated in this State and became a citizen of 
the United States; returned to Spain and became a dis- 
tinguished citizen of that country. He built the first rail- 
road in Andalusia, from Cordova to Malaga; represented 
Malaga in Parliament many years. He was created Mar- 
quis de Casa Loring in 1856. He died February 11, 1901. | 

Children: 

743. i. George* (Jorge), 
ii. Tonus, d. 8. p. 
iu. Eduardo, d. a. p. 

744. iv. Manuel, b. May 13, 1854. 

V. Amalia, b. July 8, 1855; m. in Madrid Apr. 25, 1875, 
Don Frandaco Silvela, prime minister of Spain during the 
minority of King Alphonso, leader of the Conservative 
party, Knight of the Order of Carlos III, member of the 
Spanish A<»demy and of the Academy of Science. He d. 
in Madrid May 29, 1005. His widow was created Mar- 
quesa de Silvela and a grandee of Spain Jan. 16, 1915. 
Chfldien: 

1. Jorge Silvela, under secretary of education; member of 

the Cortes. 

2. Tomas Slvela. 

vL Isabel (twin), b. July 8, 1855; m. in Madrid ^r. 25, 1875, 
Ricardo Heredia, Count de Beoehavis. 
Children: 

1. Ricardo Heredia. 

2. JuUo Heredia. 

viL Maria, ul Jos^ de Figueroe, Viscount de Iruesta of the mili- 
tary order of Santiago. She d. in Paris, 8. p. 



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viii. ConoepdoQ, b. at Malaga Mar. 4, 1868; m. Bernardo Maria 
de Qrosco, Marques de SamUa, a grandee of Spain, of the 
Real Maestranza de Caballeria de Granada. 
Children: 

1. Bernardo Qroieo, MarqtMS de U RamUa. 

2. Amalia Qroico, Marqueea de San Juan de Buenaviata. 

482. JosiAH Quinct' Lorino {Elijah*, Joseph^ Ben- 
jamin\ Thoma^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston April 
11, 1811 ; married December 11, 1849, Christiana, daughter 
of Dr. Peter and Jessie (Campbell) Renton, bom at Con- 
cord, N. H., December 21, 1829, died March 27, 1868. 

He was graduated at Harvard College, A.M., in 1828. 
He died at Weston April 6, 1862. 

Children: 

i. Abigail Rand^ b. Oct. 9, 1850. 
u. Jeaeie C, b. Sept. 26, 1851; d. Mar. 10, 1856. 
iii. Marion Winifred, b. Aug. 24, 1853; m. June 5, 1878, Frank 
A. Preston, b. Jan. 29, 1846, d. May 13, 1900. 
Child: 

Frank Loring Preston, b. Mar. 0, 1886. 
iv. Elijah James, b. July 3, 1855. 

483. Isaac' Loring {WiUiam\ Imcuf, W%Uiam\ 
Imoc^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston November 24, 
1775; married October 5, 1797, Sarah Smith. ''iSally 
Smith Loring, widow, died at South Reading October 
30, 1860, aged 71.'' 

He was a baker in Boston. He died January 23, 1834. 

Children: 

745. i. Wi]liam^ b. Dec. 10, 1796. 

ii. Isaac, b. Oct. 15, 1800; d. Aug. 1, 1823. 

iii. Mary, b. Oct. 15, d. Oct. 24, 1802. 

iv. Mary, b. Nov. 24, 1803; m. William Nottage; d. Jan. 9, 

1823. 
V. Sarah (Sally), b. Nov. 25, 1808; m. John S. Bowden. 
vi. Edmund W., b. Apr. 15, 1813; m. Mary R. Adams; d. at 

Worcester June 20, 1842. 
vii. Jane F. B. A., b. Oct. 4, 1817; m. Henry Oray, of Goring* 

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232 liORING GBSNIBALOOT 

434. William' Loring {WiUiam\ Iwat^, WiUiam\ 
18004^ J John\ Thomas^ J bom at Boston April 8, 1777; 
married first, October 21, 1798, Mary (Polly) Tucker, 
who died August 8, 1804. He married second, in Novem- 
ber, 1806, Jane McEhroy; she died in 1844. 

He was a cooper in Boston. He died January 9, 1857. 

Children: 
i. John*, b. in 1799; d. in 1833. 
li. Jane C, b. Nov. 7, 1807; m. in 1829 Anson MivdocL 
iiL Mary Ann, b. Nov. 25, 1810. 

746. iv. WiHiam M., b. Feb. 20, 1814. 
V. Margaret, d. in 1829. 

486. John' Loring (TTtUtam^ Isaacs, WiUiam\ Isiuu?^ 
John\ Thanuu^), bom at Boston May 29, 1879; niarried 
April 11, 1802, Lydia Gould. 

He was a baker. lived in Boston. He died in 1821. 

Children: 
i. Lydia Brown*, b. in 1804; m. Wm. F. Hilb, of Cincinnati, 0. 
iL Elisabeth Thayer, m. Aram Eaukn. 
iii. I^ranoea C, m. William ESIiaon. 
iv. Deborah. 

747. V. Andrew J., b. Feb. 19, 1815. 

439. John Jones' Loring (Nathaniel, Nathaniel^, 
Isaat^, DanieP^ John\ TAomcw*), bom December 10, 
1809; married July 17, 1833, Lucretia, daughter of Isaac 
Davenport, bom in 1814, died November 25, 1876. 

Resided at Hopkinton aiid West Newton. He died 
April 23, 1867. 

Children: 

748. L Edwin Phelps*, b. Deo. 14, 1835. 

749. ii. Arthur Howard, b. May 15, 1838. 

iii. Sarah Jones, b. June 80, 1840; d. at West Newton Aug. 14, 
1916. 

750. iv. Charka Eugene, b. Aug. 8, 1842. 

Y. Adelia Maria, b. Aug. 1, 1845; m. Oet. 6, 1868, Charles 
EraatuB Thomaon. 

751. vi. Henry Harrison, b. Jan. 10, 1848. 

viL Frank N.,b. Dee. 8, 1850; d. Sept. 7, 1856. 



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440. Clabendon' Lobino {NathanieV, Nathaniel^ 
Isaad^f DaniePf John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Hopkinton No- 
vember 29, 1811; married May 10, 1848, Mary Sanborn. 

He died January 16, 1858. 

ChUd: 

Hden AugustaS b. Sept. 10, 1849; m. st Worcester Nov. 
15, 1870, Hervey C. Harris, of Brattleboro, Vt. 

441. WiLUAM Henry Habrison' Lobing {Nathanid^, 
Nathaniel^f Isaad^^ Dante?, John\ Thomas^), bom April 
7, 1819; married June 6, 1838, Susan W., daughter of 
Amasiah and Eda ClaflBUoi, bom December 13, 1817, died 
December 14, 1886. He died at Douglas June 20, 1887. 

Children: 

i. William ChamberlainS b. Oct 1, 1842; m. Louise A., dau. 

of Appleton E. and Louise A. (Bannister) Foster; she d. 

Dec. 2, 1909, e. 71 yrs., 10 mo. He d. at Boston Mar. 

23, 1910. 
11. Mary Josephine, b. Apr. 25, 1850; a teacher; m. at Dou^^, 

Sept. 2, 1885, L. J. Hunt, M.D., ». 38, b. at Cincmnati, O. 

442. HoBATio N.' LoBiNG (Israel^j WiUiam^ Israel^ 
Jacobs, John*, Thomas^), bom at New York city in 1805; 
married first Hannah Leonard, of Raynham, who died 
in 1^5. He married second Sarah Whipple, of Provi- 
dence, R. I. 

He had an academical education; studied with Rev. 
John Stanford, of New York. Became a Baptist minister. 
He was a dose student and a preacher of power, always 
giving much food for thought. Was greatly beloved where 
he preached; remarkably clear and convincing; was pastor 
at Utica, N. Y., at the close of his tife, in August, 1847. 

Children: 
i. Hannah^ b. in 1835. 

ii. John B., rem. to Illinois; m. and had son Nelson R. 
iii. Lucius, m. Mary Nichols, of Providence, III.; was connected 

with Hamilton Theological and Literary Institute, 
iv. Thomas W., b. in 1 
V. Martha F. 
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viL MatfldaC. 
viii. Hannah L. 

443. RoBEBT Macfarland^ Lobino (Peter^, Peter*, 
Zacdieui^y Jacobs, John\ Thomas^), bom at Peny, Me., 

January 1, 1820; married Jane , bom at Robbins- 

ton, Me., December 1, 1834. 

Children: 

752. L JerozIle^ b. June 16, 1855. 

ii. Catherine Maria, b. Aug. 19, 1856. 

iii. Robert Ward, b. Feb. 19, 1858. 

iv. Alice Jane, b. Oct. 11, 1859. 

V. Charlee William, b. Oct. 10, 1861. 

758. vi. GeoEse, b. Feb. 26, 1863. 

vii. Juliette, b. Aug. 15, 1865. 

viii. Aderine, b. Mar. 8, 1866. 

754. ix. Jeremiah, b. Sept. 15, 1870. 

447. Samubl' Lobino (Davids, EzekieP, John\ John\ 
John\ Thoma^), bom at Pownal, Me., married Mary 
Holbrook. 

Children: 

760. i. GflesS b. in 1814« 
ii, Hannah. 

447a. Dayid^ Lobing {Davidf, Etekiel^, John\ John\ 
Johv?j Thomof?), bom at Pownal, Me.; married Mary 
Doane. 

''Had abc children, three of whom married and had 
familieB.'^ A daughter Ursula CS bom in 1839, died at 
Roxbury March 6, 1867. 

448. William^ Lobino {Davidf, Ezekid^, John\ John*, 
Johv?, Thomas^), bom at Pownal, Me.; married Susan 
Staples. 

Children: 

761. L Akmao^ 
ii. William, 
iii. Andrew. 

iv. Ellen; m. Stephen Riohardaon. 
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460. Reuben^ Loring (Davids, Ezekie?^ Jchn\ John\ 
Jokn\ Thomas^), bom at Pownal, Me.; married Emma 
Walker. ''^Had three children, all of whom had families.'' 

461. ISAAc^ Loring (Damd^^ EzekieJ^, John\ John*, 
John\ Thomas^), bom at Pownal, Me.; married Mary 
Staples. 

Child: 

Jo0iahS.> 

462. Elbridge^ Loring (David?, EzekieP, John}, John*, 
John*, Thomas^), bom at Pownal, Me.; married Eliza 
Staples, sister of the wives of his brothers William and 
Isaac. 

462a. Ammi^ Loring (Cromwell L.^ EzekieP, John\ 
John*, John*, Thomas^), bom at Pownal, Me.; married 
first, Joanna Doane. He married second Miss Hunneweli. 

462b. Lewis^ Loring (Cromwell L.*, Ezehi^, John\ 
John*, John*, Thomas^), bom- at Pownal, Me.; married 
Mary Cobb. 

Child: 

JabesC* 

463. John L.^ Loring (Davis*, John*, John\ John*, 
John*, Thomas^), bom at Portland, Me., married there 
May 10, 1833, Nancy C. Littlejohn, who died August 
15, 1888, aged 80 years. 

He died January 26, 1889, aged 81 years, 7 months. 

Children: 
i. Sarah Jane", b. Mar. 30, 1834; d. Oct. 25, 1839. 
u. Eliaabeth S., b. Apr. 17, 1836; d. June 19, 1847. 
iii. John H., b. Sept. 19, d. Dec. 28, 1837. 
iv. Charles H., b. Sept. 6, 1840; d. July 23, 1846. 
762. v. John A., b. in 1846. 

4B3a. William H.^ Lorinq (Davis*, John*, John\ 
John*, John*, Thomas^), bom at Portland, Me., in 1822; 
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Children: 

i. Sanh E.^ b. in 1845; d. Aug. 7, 1862. 

768. iL Charies Henry, b. at Dorohester Dee. 25, 1847. 

iii. Oliver Davia, b. at Boston July 31, 1850. 

iv. Samuel, b. June 18, 1853; d. July 3, 1854. 

Y. Sarah E., b. in 1854; m. Apr. 3, 1873, Charles W. Evans, 

vi. Susan Abigail, b. Nov. 2, 1855. 

vii. George, b. Mar. 10, 1858. 

viii. John, b. May 17, 1860; drowned June 19, 1867. 

ix. Francis J., b. June 26, 1862; d. Oct. 20, 1872. 

X. Benjamin Samuel (twin), b. June 26, 1862. 

466. Richmond^ Lorino {Samudf^ Richmand^^ Nicho- 
la^f John\ John\ Thamas^)^ bom at New Gloucester, Me., 
October 29, 1801 ; married in Hayti, Fayestine Fayette, a 
French lady. 

He was a physician; he graduated at Bowdoin College, 
A.B. m 1824, M.D. m 1825. Went to Aux Cayes, 
Ha3rti, where he practiced medicine and was a merchant. 
He died in France in 1854. 

Children: 

i. Richmond, Jr.*, b. in 1829. 

ii. Charles, b. in 1831. 

iii. Lorinqua. 

iv. Mary. 

4S6. Chablbs' Lobino (Richmond^, Richmandf, Nicho- 
Im*, John^j John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me., in 1704; married (mtention July 3, ISSS) Mrs. 
Sarah E. (Haskell) Fales, daughter of John and Sarah 
D. Haskell, bom in 1810; she died at Newton, October 
20, 1885; buried at Portland, Me. 

He settled at Thoma^ton, Me.; was a merchant; sold 
out and removed to Portland, Me. 

He died in November, 1866. 

Children: 

764. i. George B.^ b. Sept. 19, 1834. 
ii. Sarah E.,b. Oct. 9, 1835. 
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460. Joseph^ Lobino (WHliain*, Richmond^, Nicholas^ 
John\ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Cumberland, Me., March 
28, 1804; married August 30, 1837, Susan Enapp, daughter 
of John and Dorothy (Sanborn) Hancock, of Franklin, 
N. H- 

He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1828 and Bangor 
Seminary in 1833; was ordained over the Congregational 
church at Methuen that year, and labored at Bainbridge, 
0., Lebanon, Pownal, Monson, Blanchard, W. Falmouth, 
Raymond, Casco and Edgecomb, Me. ; was without charge 
at East Otisfield, Me., till his death, February 11, 1892. 
Was a faithful, wise, consecrated minister. 



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Iren: 
Samuel>,b.inI841. 


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Susan Jones, b. in 1842; m. Mr. Knight. 


iii. 


Harriet. 


iv. 


Penis Oreeley, b. in 1844. 


V. 


Riehmond. 


vi. 


Edward Griffin, b. in 1847. 


vii. 


Rebecca. 



462. Ammi Mitchell^ Lorino {Asa^ Bezaleel^ Nicho- 
ls, Jokn\ John^, Thamaa^), bom at Hebron, Me., in 
1803 ; married Abigail Teague, of a Protestant Irish family. 

He settled in Shirley, Me. He died in 1848. His 
widow removed to River Falls, Wis. 

Children: 

L Elisa MitcheU>, b. Nov. 11, 1827; m. Nov. 5, 1846, Franklin 
Nye; lived at Moorhead, Minn. 
Children: 

1. Edgar Wilson Nye, b. Aug. 25, 1850; known to the 

literary world as " Bill Nye, the humorist/' An 
attorney; he d. at his country residaioe in Ashe- 
viUe, N. C, Feb. 22, 18OT. 

2. Frank Mellin Nye, an attorney at Minneapolis, Minn., 

member of Congress in 1907. 

3. Carrdl Anderson Nye, an attorney at Moorhead, 

Minn, 
ii. Eleanor, b. Apr. 23, 1829; m. (1) in Oct., 1849, Wilson Shaw; 
m. (2) Albion Bonney, of Buckfield, Me.; she d. Mar. 
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iii. Charies Greenwood, b. Dec. 16, 1830; d. in 1865. 

iv. Horace Greenwood (twin), b. Dec. 16; 1890; d. in the Union 

army in 1863. 
766. V. Lyman, b. Sept. 7, 1834. 

vi. Elvira J., b. Oct. 29, 1836; m. in 1857 Edwaid Scales, who 

d. in the Union army in 1863. She d. at Wataonville, 

Gal., in 1902. 
vii. Julia Frances, b. in 1838; m. in 1859, William Louis Perrin; 

she d. at Biver Falls, Wis., in 1894. 
viii. Marie Theresa, b. in 1847, m. in 1870 Charles Field; res. at 

San Diego, Cal., in 1905. 
is. Mary Richmond, b. Sept. 21, 1849, after the death of her 

father; m. D. W. Woodworth, M.D., in Wisconsm in 1875. 

462a. Richmond' Lorinq (Asa*, Bezakel\ NichoUu^j 
John\ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Hebron, Me., February 
14, 1806; married Mary Smith. She died September 
17, 1852, aged 39 years, 9 months and 11 days. 

He was an ingenious mechanic, and an excellent mathe- 
matician; was twelve years a coimty conmiissioner and 
some time postmaster of Shirley, his home town. He 
died August 25, 1848. 

Children: 

i. Arvida Hayford*, b. Dec. 17, 1832; d. early, 
ii. Christine (or Tina) Hayford, b. Oct. 6, 1836; m. (1) at 
Chariestown'Oct. 11, 1857, George Cha£Sn, ». 24, b. at 
Holden; he d. there Oct. 15, 1859. She m. (2) June 9, 
1861, Mathias F. Chaffin, who d. Sept. 27, 1897. 
Child: 

George Marcus Chaffin, b. Dec. 18, 1859; m. Apr. 
11, 1882, Mary R. FuDer, of PhiUipston, where he 
resides. Is town derk and treasurer, 
iii. Augustine, b. Mar. 8, 1842; d. young. 
766. iv. Marcus Morton, b. Mar. 26, 1840. 

463. Asa Tewksbubt^ Lobing (iisa^ Bezaleel^ Nicho- 
las\ John\ John\ Thomas^) y bom at Hebron, Me., May 
13, 1813; married first Lavinia Webster, of Orono, Me.; 
she died in 1844, and he married second Adelia Patten, 
of Phippsburg, Me. 

He was graduated from Bowdoin College and Bangor 
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minister. He had pastorates at Phippsburg, Skowhegan, 
Norway and Yannouth, Me.; removed in 1860 to Man- 
chester, la., thence to Osage, la. He left the ministry 
and engaged in life insurance business; was also a judge 
of probate. He died at Omaha, Neb., April 13, 1880. 

Children: 

i. Ellen Laviiiia*,in. Rev. C.F.BoyntoiL 

ii. James Tewksbury, killed in the war for the Union, 

iii. Emma Augusta, settled at Yankton, S. D. 

iv. George Edwin. 

V. Charles Henry, 

vi. Sarah Maria, a teacher at Dee Moines, la., in 1902. 

469. Abraham MrrcHELL' Lorino (John M.*, Bezaleel*^ 
NicholM^f John^, John*, Thomas^) , bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., in 1816; married Hannah, daughter of Seth 
Rogers, of Salem; she died May 10, 1900, aged 76 years, 
27 days. 

He removed to Charlestown, later to some other places. 
He died at Cambridge May 1, 1881. 

Children: 
767. i. George Henry Mitchdl*, b. July 6, 1846. 

u. Huthelver, b. Oct. 21, 1848; d. unm., Sept. 17, 1896. 

iii. Amie, b. about 1850; m. Mr. Soule, of SangerviUe, Me. 

iv. Alice EUen, b. at So. Reading Mar. 10, 1852. 

▼. Sarah Alice Rogers, b. at So. Hadley Aug. 18, 1853; m. July 

8, 1870, Warren S. Parker, 
vi. Winnie, b. May 26, d. May 27, 1860. 

470. John Haskell^ Lorino (BezdUel^ Bezake?, 
Nicholas, John*, John*, Thomas^), bom at New Glouces- 
ter, Me., May 14, 1803; married first, September 25, 
1825, Sophia H. Carleton, bom in 1805, died April 10, 
1831. He married second, December 20, 1831, Julia 
Ann Chamberlain, bom Felmiary 2, 1813, died Decem- 
ber 28, 1894. 

He resided at Guilford, Me. ; was a justice of the peace, 
a captain in militia; representative to the Legislature in 
1843. Removed in 1855 to Anawan, la., where he prac- 
ticed law and kept the post office. He was a member 
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Children: 

i. Sarah Ca^leton^ b. Oct. 30, 1826; m. Dec. 28, 1847, Henry 
Q. Burle^^. She d. Dec. 9, 1856. Beside two children 
who d. early they had dau. Mary Jane Burlei|^, who m. 
J. Cowley. 

ii. Charles Augustus, b. Mar. 9, 1829; d. July 1, 1847. 

769. iii. Joseph Foxcroft, b. Mar. 3, 1833. 

iv. Julia Sophia, b. Aug. 17, 1835; m. June 21, 1859, Samuel 
lioydSwifiher. Resided at Port Byron, now at Moline, 111. 
Children: 

1. Mary Henrietta Swisher, m. Wm. H. Epperson. 

2. Charles Chamberlain Swisher. 

3. Frank Loring Swisher. 

V. John HaskeU, Jr., b. Mar. 12, 1838; d. Mar. 10, 1839. 
vi. Caroline Ohvia, b. May 20, 1840; m. Apr. 2, 1862, Charles 
Dunhanu 
Child: 

Edith Dunham, m. May 20, 1884, William H. Foster. 

770. vii. Edwaid Payson, b. Nov. 18, 1846. 

471. Charles^ Loring {BezateeV^ BezdUel^, NichoUia^^ 
John*, John\ Thomas^), bom at New Glouoester, Me., 
February 8, 1808; married Louisa H. Smith. 

He redded at Shirley, Me., on a farm. Was a justice 
of the peace; representative two terms; an honest, re- 
liable man. 

He died January 27, 1873. 

Children: 
i. Ellen Catherine^, m. Caleb True, 
ii. Charles Henry; m. Annie Huntingdon; iivee on the old 

plaoe. 
iii. Frank A.; m. a sister of his brother's wife, 
iv. Mary L., m. A. W. Oilman, of Foxcroft, Me. 

472. Amasa^ Loring (BezaleeP, Bemkel^, Nicholaa^ 
John*, John\ Thomas^), bom at New Gloucester, Me,, 
February 9, 1813; married August 22, 1842, Lydia Louisa, 
daughter of Dr. William and Judith (Port^) Parsons, bom 
at Yarmouth, Me., in September, 1808; she died March 
3, 1891. 

He was educated at Foxcroft Academy and Bangor 
Theological Seminary. Was ordained pastor of the Con- 



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gregational church at Shapleifi^, Me., June 15, 1842, 
and remained there till December 31, 1848; afterward 
ministered to churches at Lyman, Edgecomb, Sweden 
and. Denmark, Me.; was a colporteur* in New England 
States several years; preached at Andover and Sumner, 
Me., till 1875; then without charge at Dover, Me., Oak- 
ham, Mass., Portland and Yarmouth, Me. Was fond of 
historical studies and wrote a history of Piscataquis 
County, Me., one of Shapleigh, Me., and '^ Notes on the 
History of Old Yarmouth, Me."; his researches and those 
of his son Lincoln R. Loring have been the nucleus of 
what we are able to present on the Lorings of Maine. 
He was a devoted mimster, consecrated and earnest^ 
sowing good seed in love of the Redeemer. 
He died October 28, 1890. 

Children: 

771. L Lmooln Ripley*, b. Oct. 10, 1844. 

772. iL Herbert A., b. Sept. 11, 1848. 

473. Henry Sewall^ Lobino (BezaleeP^ BezaleeP, 
NichoUu^, John\ John*, Thomas^), bom at Guilford, Me., 
February 19, 1819; married March 16, 1846, Abby Arey, 
daughter of Daniel and Charlotte (Rogers) Farrington, 
of Holden, Me., bom March 10, 1826; she died January 
1, 1887. 

He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1843 and Bangor 
Theological Seminary in 1846. Was a teacher at Brown- 
ville, Corinna and Shapleigh, Me.; ordained a Congre- 
gational minister at Amherst, Me., and preached there 
and at Aurora, Me., 1850 to 1856, and i^ain, 1867 to 
1874. Meantime he ministered at Durham, Monson, 
Monmouth and Phippsburg; was without charge some 
time at Winthrop and Sidn^, Me.; he died at the last 
named December 14, 1892. He was a man of fine quali- 
ties, highly esteemed by his ministerial associates and 
honored and beloved by those who were hb parishioners. 

*A distributor of Bibles and other rdifioas resding, in the employ of 
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CSiildren: 
778. i. Charles 8ewan^ b. at Monmouth, Me., June 19, 1869. 

iL Helen A., b. at Moneon, Me., May 18, 1866; m. Daniel 
DriaooU, M.D., of Winthrop and Portlaiod, Me. 
Child: 
Henrietta Arey Driaooll, b. Feb. 27, 1897. 

476. Saiotel^ Losing {NichoUu^^ Bezaleefi^ NichoUu^, 
John\ John\ Thcmas^), bom at Portland, Me., July 
7, 1797; married October 25^ 1822, Frances Moulton. 

Child: 

Frances A.*, b. Jan. 31, 1825; dl (int. Sept 12, 1847) James 
S. Staples. 

477. Horacb' Loring {NichoUu^j BezaleePf Nichola^^ 
Johnny John\ Thcmas^), bom at Portland, Me., Decemr 
ber 22, 1806; married February 16, 1829, Sarah Willey, 
bom June 12, 1808. 

He was a sea captain; resided at Portland. 

Children: 
i. Lue^etia^ b. Feb. 4, d. Oct. 26, 1831. 
775. ii. Charles Morgridge, b. Nov. 13, 1832. 

iiL Margaret W., b. Nov. 13, 1834; ul Silas 8. linodn; res. at 

* Washington, D. C. 
iv. Edward Kent, b. Nov. 13, 1837; d. Feb. 12, 1839. 
V. Edward Kent, b. Mar. 4, 1840; d. unm., at Cambridge 

July 21, 1874. 
vi. Horace, b. Mar. 24, 1843. 

486. John Stinchfisld^ Lobing {Peresfiy Bezalul^, 
Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thomas^)^ bom at Leeds, Me., 
Aug:ust 14, 1816; married Joanna, daughter of Caleb 
and Desire Wing; she died at Boston July 1, 1890, aged 
74 years, 8 months. 

He resided at Leeds, Me.; removed to Billerica. He 
died February 28, 1870. 

Children: 
781. i. mram Wing*, b. Oct. 11, 1842. 

iL Lydia, b. in 1845; m. at BiUerica Oct. 16, 1869, Samuel O. 
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iii. Sarah M.,b. in 1861; m. May 12, 1874, FrederiekW.Hagar, 

Jr. 
iv. LucillaE.,b.inl855;d.inl857. 

488. Samuel Vsazib' Lobinq (Lm^, Bezakd^^ NicJuh 
ku^f John\ John\ Thomat?)^ married Eliza E. Low, of 
Springvale, Me. 

He was a lawyer; practiced at Sanford and at Port- 
land, Me. Removed to Boston about 1870. Was a 
mmiicipal judge in Portland, Me. 
Children: 
i. Frank B.> 

ii. George Edwin, b. at Saoo, Me., in 1854. 
iii. Amy E., b. in 1856; m. at Boston Oct. 12, 1874, Otis H. 
Weed, Jr. 

480. Lbvi^ Lobino (Levi^, BezakeP^ Nicholaa^ John\ 
John\ Thomas^) f bom at Buxton, Me., November 26, 
1819; married first, Sarah Woodward, of Gorham, Me.; 
she died at Lawrence July 31, 1848. He married second, 
October 11, 1849, Sarah Ellen, daughter of Ephraim and 
Elisabeth (Carle) Hamilton, and widow of Oliver Winslow, 
bom May 7, 1821, died at Minneapolis, Minn., February 
22, 1894. 

He was a Congregational minister; was ordained at 
West Charleston, Vt., July 9, 1863, and was pastor there 
till 1866; then at Saxton's River, Vt., two years. He was 
an accq[>table pastor, serving a number of churches in 
the West and in New England. Resided at Minneapolis, 
Minn., from 1882, till the close of his active ministry. 
He died at Pasadena, Cal., June 4, 1911. 

Children: 
i. EtU May*, b. June 15, 1863. 
782. ii. Albert Edgar, b. May 2, 1857. 

iii. Isabel Frances, b. Apr. 20, 1859; d. Aug. 19, 1860. 

491. HsNRY P. C.^ LoRiNG {Levi^, BezakeP, Nicholas, 
John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at Buxton, Me., married 
first. Amy Taft, of New York city. He married second, 
at Haverhill August 27, 1867, Aima M., daughter of 
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He sailed for CaUfomia in 1849; returned after a time. 
Became an oculist; resided at Haverhill in 1867. 
Children: 

i. Sarah C.*, b. Dec. 13, 1845; d. Oct. 10, 1846. 

ii. CharleB Henry, b. Apr. 22, d. Sept. 9, 1849. 

492. Feepebick Cannon' Loring (Lm*, BezaleeP^ 
Nicholas^, John^t John\ Thomas^), bom at Buxton, Me. 
February 17, 1826; married first (by his father) at Milton 
September 30, 1847, Mary Abby Hill. He married 
second, Virginia Rose, daughter of Charles H. and 
Margaret E. (Reily) Primm,' bom at St. Louis, Mo., 
April 3, 1848. 

He sailed for California with his brother Henry in the 
ship DusAury in 1849, but retumed. Was a trader in 
Lawrence before that time and afterward was in business 
in St. Louis, Mo. 

He was a captain in the 7th Missouri Volunteer Cavalry 
in the Union army in the Civil war. 

He died at San Antonio, Tex., December 22, 1907. 

Children: 

783. i. Frederick J. 

784. ii. Franda Marion. 

785. ill. Edward Boaworth. 

iv. Myrtle L., b. m. Canfield. 

V. Bonita, b. m. James D. Flynn, now editor of the Daily Argtm^ 
Sepulpa, Okla. 

408. Jbrsmiah' Lobing (Charles L.^ Lem^^ Nichola^j 
John\ John\ Thcrnas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., 
November 5, 1802; married first, Lydia Marston. 

He mairied second, Jane . "The wife of Jere- 
miah Loring died at Yannouth, Me., March 11, 1865, 
aged 55.'' He married third, December 22, 1866, Harriet 
G. Thompson. He died January 5, 1884. 

Children: 

L Chariea Lee*, b. June 12, 1823; rea. at St. Louia, Mo., in 1882. 

ii. Jamea Henry Smith, b. Nov. 4, 1827 ; waa killed in California. 

791. iii. Anael Lathrop, b. Jan. 27, 1830. 

iv. George Dana, b. May 25, 1835. Rea. in Minneaota in 1882. 

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4M. SrhYiiSTETLRicmMom>'^IjOBJNQ{Levi^fLem^ 
laa^ John^, John^, Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yannouth, 
Me.^ May 15, 18012; married (intention at Portland, Me., 
November 9, 1839) Lydia Ann Scribner. 

Resided at North Yarmouth. 

Children: 

i Levi S.^ b. Dec. 23, 1841 ; d. Jan. 29, 1850. 

ii. Rachel H., b. May 16, 1843. 

704. iii. John E., b. Dec. 15, 1845. 

iv. Mary Ann, b. about 1850; d. June 26, 1854. 

v. Martha Ella, b. June 26, 1852. 

vi. Mary Jane, b. in Apr. 1854; d. July 15, 1855. 

7d5. vii. Sylvester Richmond, b. about 1855. 



497. Reubsn Buxton^ Lorino (Reuben^, Levi^^ Niduh 
few*, /oAn*, Johv?^ Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me., January 12, 1822; married at Portland, Me., June 
22, 1853, Elizabeth M. Marr. 

He resided first at North Yarmouth, later at Gape 
Elizabeth, Me., up to 1882. 

Children: 

L Susan France8^ b. in 1857; m. at Lynn June 14, 1907, 
Morrill C. Moar, b. in Illinois. 
796. ii. George R., b. in 1872. 

498. Pbbbz B.^ Lorino (Lo<«, Thomas^, Nicholas^ 
John^f John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., 
September 13, 1811; married first, Margaret Greeley. 
She died August 20, 1882, aged 72 years and 10 months. 

Cadld: 

Francis Meaubeo*, b. Aug. 11, 1836; d. July 8, 1855. 

499. David Meaubec^ Lobing {Lofi, Thomas^, Nicho- 
la8\ Johnny John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me., October 27, 1814; married first Theodosia, daughter 
of Dea. Jeremiah and Hannah (Loring) Mitchell. 



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Children: 

i. Mary M.",b. Apr. 30, 1846; m. Oct. 16, 1867, Augustine 

Kemiey. 
ii. Peres Blanchard, b. Aug. 23, 1854; m. Dec. 4, 1883, Betsey 

Seabury. 

000. Ons Whiton^ Loring (Ichabaf, Thomatl^^ Nicfuh 
las^, John\ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me.) April 14, 1818; married Olive Bachelder. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth Bachelder*, b. Sept. 10, 1844. 

799. ii. Charles Richmond, b. July 19, 1847. 

601. David Gray' Loring (Damd^, Thcnuu^, Niduh 
iM^f John\ John\ Thcmaa^), bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me., March 14, 1813; married his cousin, Phebe, daugh* 
ter of Ichabod and Margaret (York) Loring. 

Resided at North Yarmouth. 

Children: 

i. Georgiana F.*, b. Dec. 23, 1844; m. Joseph HQton; les. at 
Wool?rich, Me. 

ii. EUa B., b. Feb. 8, 1848; d. unm., Jan. 30, 1907. 

iii. Frank Waterman, b. Oct. 3, 1852; m. at Boston Apr. 15, 
1903, Alice M., dau. of Wm. P. and Maria (Maoomber) 
TKgiefy, a teacher, b. at W. Brooksville, Me. 

008. Francis' Loring (Dcwid^, Thomatf^ Nichdat^^ 
Johft?^ John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, Me., 
July 5, 1817; married (intention March 26, 1837) Hannah 
H. Bell, bom August 1, 1819, died July 3, 1876. 

He resided at Portland, Me. He was a public-spirited 
man, who stood for the right; was particularly brave 
and efficient in the temperance cause. 

He died October 30, 1883. 

Children: 

800. i. Charles Augustus*, b. Feb. 22, 1838. 

801. ii. William Henry Harrison, b. Aug. 3, 1840. 

liL Harriet Elisabeth, b. Nov. 11, 1842; m. Thaddeus Hatch. 



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W. Henriette C, b. Jan, 6, 1845; m. Nov. 28, 1805, Gharka 
Horace Ford. 
CMdren: ^ 

1. Gertrude BeU Ford, b. Sept. 3, 1866; d. June 2, 1873. 

2. Georgietta Steward Ford, b. Jan. 6, 1869; res. at Port- 

land, Me. 

802. V. Warren Chase, b. July 19, 1847. 

803. tL George Dixon, b. Dec. 31, 1862. 

606. Samuel Newbll' Loring (/«fem^aA^ Thanuu^^ 
Niefiola8\ John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., S^tember 11, 1827; married May 3, 1859, 
Jane G. Barstow. 

He removed to California; was accidentally shot at 
Victoria, B. C, September 7, 1858. 

Child: 

Ason^ 

006. Jacob Gret^ Lobing (Jeremiah^, Thomat^, Niduh 
la^, J6hn\ John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yarmouth, 
Me., December 8, 1836; married October 26, 1868, 
Louisa Sweetser. 

He resided at Yarmouth, Me.; was a sea captain of 
marked ability. A ship was built for him to command, 
and the name of his little son was given to it; he sailed 
from Boston October 26, 1876, and the ship was lost 
with all on board. 

Child: 
804. Everett Gr^, b. Nov. 16, 1869. 

607. William Walcott' Lobing (Jeremiah^^ Thoma^^ 
Nichoiai^f Johv?^ John\ Thoma^), bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., August 11, 1841; married November 21, 
1866, Mary Frances, daughter of Jacob and Jane (Walker) 
Sweetser, bom November 24, 1841, died September 8, 
1877. 

He was connected with the paper mill business at 
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few years. He died at North Yarmouth, October 2, 
1872. 

Chad: 
806. Jaoob Gi^>, b. Nov. 4, 1867. 

608. Chablss Richmonb^ Losing (Jeremiah^^ Thama^, 
Nichoka^f John\ John\ Thomat})^ bom at North Yar- 
mouth) Me.) November 20, 1843; married October 10, 
1874, Trypho8a Eustis, daughter of John and Harriet 
(Eustis) Debec, bom at Edington, Me., November 3, 
1847. 

He passed his youth as a helpful farmer's boy, a dili- 
gent pupil in flie district school and a manly member of 
the Congrc^tional church; at eighteen he enlisted in 
the United States Navy and served through the war 
for the preservation of the Union. Went to sea on a 
merchant vessel for a short time and was promoted; but 
gave it up and became a paper mill man. Worked in 
Yarmouth, Cumberland Mills and Saccarappa, having 
charge of machines; he developed especially in the line 
of pulpboard and cardboard, doing much to improve 
machines and methods in the use of ground wood pulp. 
Was with Mr. G. D. Brown at Brunswick, Me., and with 
the same and his associates at livemiore Falls, Me., 
where he remained eighteen years. He went to Sault 
Ste. Marie, Mich., in 1890 and had charge of a large pulp 
mill for several years; was a short time manager of an- 
other mill of the same sort at Morris, HI. Then he 
retired from business and passed the closing years of his 
useful and clean life at Yarmouth, Me. He died, be- 
loved of his associates in business, in fraternities and in 
church, and widely respected, January 31, 1913. 

Children: 

L WiUiam Waloott*, b. Nov. 7, 1875; m. (1) at Morris, in., 
July 22, 1903, Geoiigie Edna Boimell, b. at Chipman, 
N. B., July 5, 1883, d. at CUcago, Dl., Jan. 25, 1905. 
He m. (2) June 1, 1909, Lillian Maude, dau. of Peter 
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of a department of the pulpboard manufactory at 
YarmouthviUe, Me. Has been a very helpful corre- 
spondent, and has contributed more than any other to 
tibe records of Yarmouth Lorings. 

ii. John Richmond, b. Oct. 31, 1877; d. Oct. 1, 1879. 

iii. Arabella Grey, b. Jan. 5, 1880; m. Jan. 5, 1903, Malcohn 
Laughton; res. at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. 
Children: 

1. Elisabeth Grey Laughton, b. Dec. 17, 1904. 

2. Mary Loring Laughton, b. Mar. 30, 1909. 

3. Margaret Arabella Laughton, b. May 15, 1910; d. 

Oct. 29, 1911. 

4. Charles Malcohn Laughton, b. Sept. 25, 1913. 
iv. Harriet Minerva, b. Mar. 30, 1882; d. Aug. 25, 1891. 

609. Geobge Stetson^ Loring {Jacob (?.•, Thoma^, 
Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thamaa^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., 
March 4, 1824; married in October, 1847, Harriet N., 
daughter of Mathias Allen; she died October 4, 1893, 
aged 63 years, 11 months and 6 days. 

He was a sea captain; at one time commanded the 
haxque BlodgetL 

He was a broker. Resided at Chelsea. 

He died March 28, 1893. 

Children: 

i. Hairiet S. CaIlton^ b. Mar. 31, 1849; d. Aug. 10, 1863. 
ii. Elizabeth E. m. David Bennett. 
iiL Winfield, b. Nov. 10,. 1855. 
iv. Maria, b. Nov. 5, 1857; d. July 8, 1858. 
V. Martha Adelaide, b. May 22, 1861. 
vi. Adelaide, b. Apr. 6, 1863. 
806. vii. Jacob Grey, b. Jan. 2, 1865. 

viii. Nesmith, b. Sept. 24, 1866; m. Mar. 3, 1887, Mertie Whitn^. 
ix. Eva M., b. May 24, 1868; m. Oct. 17, 1889, Charles T. 

Dillingham. 
X. Grace S., m. Sept. 18, 1886, Edw. S. Blanohard. 

612. Prentiss^ Loring {Jacob (?.•, Thoma^, Nicho- 
la8\ John*, John\ Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., 
February 18, 1834; married May 9, 1860, Helen C, 
daughter of George M. and Hannah (Phmney) McAllis- 
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He was graduated at Bowdoin College in 1856; taught 
in the Yarmouth Academy awhile; entered into mercan- 
tile business in Portland for some time; was on the staff 
of the Portland Press two years; then became an in- 
surance agent, one of the leading men in the line in Port- 
land. Was elected representative to the legislature in 
1873. A very publicHspirited man; a member of State 
Street Congregational Church and for a period superin- 
tendent of its Sunday School. President of the city 
board of underwriters; a member of the school board, 
active in associated charities. A fine man. 

He died October 22, 1905. 

Children: 

i. Hd^ GreyS b. in 1861 ; d. Dec. 7, 1874. 

807. ii. Philip Quiney, b. Mar. 80, 1809. 

617. George Yobk^ Lobing (Levi H.\ Jeremiah^^ 
NichoUui^f John^f Johnny Thomas^), bom at Portland, 
Me., February 22^ 1823; married at Plymouth Septem- 
ber 17, 1848, Lucia Ann, daughter of John and Betsey 
Sanders. Settled in Oakland, Cal. 

Child: 

Edward Franklin^, b. at Yarmouth, Me., Oct. 19, 1860; 
waa drowned at Plymouth July 24, 1865. 

518. William McLoud^ Loring {Levi H.\ Jeremiah^, 
Nieholas^j John*, John\ Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., 
July 30, 1828; married Harriet E., daughter of William 
and Mary Gardiner, bom at Cambridge September 2, 
1833, died September 26, 1887. 

He was a carpenter. Lived at Cambridge. He died 
May 4, 1876. 

Children: 

i. William A.*, b. Sept. 30, 1855; d. Oct. 17, 1856. 

ii. Martha E., b. in 1857; m. July 27, 1882, CharieB H. BrowiL 

iii. Henry Benjamin, b. Oct. 17, 1860; d. Dec. 19, 1863. 

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▼. AdaTranoes, b. ^ar. 28, 1866; d Jan. 6, 1868. 

809. vi. Francis Eben, b. in 1867. 

vii. Levi Albert, b. Feb. 1, 1869; d. May 12, 1875. 

B21. Benjamin^ Loring (Levi H.\ Jeremiah^, Nicholas^, 
John^j John\ Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., October 
2, 1837; married November 22, 1868, Famiy M., daughter 
of Sylvanus B. and Elizabeth J. (Lawrence) Humphrey, 
bom September 18, 1846. 

He went to sea as a boy of fifteen; .was entrusted with 
the command of a vessel at 21 ; was captain of a number 
of ships subsequently. During forty years of service 
never met with a serious accident or injury to himself 
or his ship. Is now retired, living at his native town. 

Children: 

i Claudius E.*, b. Dec. 7, 1860; d. early, 
ii. Eugene S., b. Mar. 16, d. Aug. 20, 1871. 
iii. Irving Lawrence, b. May 13, 1872. 
iv. Ada Lucy, b. Nov. 18, 1874; m. Jan. 31, 1900, Henry 
WlUiams. Res. Dorchester. 
Children: 

1. Harold Seribner ^illiama, b. Jan. 4, 1903. 

2. Doris Leslie Williams, b. Oct. 3, 1907. 

810. V. Claude Sylvanus, b. Jan. 6, 1878. 

vi. Bertha EKaa, b. Sept. 30, 1882; m. Charles Foster. Bes. 
Boston. 
Child: 
Frank Eeyes Foster, b. Nov. 10, 1911. 

622. JoBBPH Henry^ Lobino {Levi H.\ Jeremtah^, 
NichdM^, John* J John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Yarmouth, 
Me., June 23, 1S39; married Ellen M. Mellows, of liver- 
pool, Eng. 

He resided at Yarmouth, Me. 

Ghildr^i: 

i. Thomas Abbott^, b. Mar. 11, 1863; d. at Boston Sept. 13, 
1906.. 

811. ii. Benjamin H., b. Mar. 8, 1866. 

iii. Alice W., b. July 27, 1867; m. Dee. 21, 1886, Joshua L. Dole. 

812. iv. Edward A., b. Sept 21, 1868. 



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813. V. Fred B. 
vi. Walter A. 
vii. William J. 

viii. Lottie T., m. True. 

628. Edward Dafforne^ Loring {Jeremiah^, Jere- 
miah^^ Nicholas*, John\ John\ ThomM^), bom at North 
Yarmouth, Me., January 6, 1842; married first, Novem- 
ber 17, 1867, Abigail B., daughter of Wm. H. and Lucy 
H. Allen, bom September 13, 1846, died May 28, 1873. 
He married second, Mary Ellen, daughter of Charles 
and Susan Mitchell, bom October 14, 1853. 

He 18 a fanner at Walnut Hill, North Yarmouth, Me. 
Is town clerk, and very helpful to historical searchers. 

Children: 

814. i. Fred Cook*, b. July 4, 1808. 

815. ii Charles Allen, b. June 16, 1872. 

iii. Abbie Allen, b. Jan. 4, 1877; d. May 16, 1879. 
iv. Annie Am^, b. Jan. 30, 1878; d. May 18, 1879. 

816. V. George Mann, b. Apr. 12, 1879. 

vi. Sybil Stanwood, b. July 21, 1881; m. Jan. 17, 1906, David 
J.Sullivan. 
Chfld: 
Lawxenoe Drummond Loring Sullivan, b. Nov. 6, 1909. 
viL Mabel Edward, b. May 24, 1883; m. Jan. 20, 1904, Horace 
Elon Mills; res. at Portland, Me. 
Children: 

1. Lenore Mills, b. Sept. 16, 1906. 

2. Helen Mills, b. Apr. 3, 1908. 

viii. Helen Morrill, b. Aug. 4, 1885; m. July 3, 1906, Silas Steams 
Lamont; res. at Portland, Me. 
Child: 
Ada Amelia Lament, b. Mar. 29, 1907. 
ix. Isabella Hamilton, b. July 18, 1887; m. June 24, 1913, 
Edward Whitney Merrill. 
Child: 
Lawrenoe Shaokford Merrill, b. Feb. 7, 1917. 
X. Lawrence Drummond, b. Nov. 6, 1889. 

524. John Hatbb^ Lorinq {John ff .•, Jeremiah^, 
Nicholas, John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., October 16, 1839; manied first, at Charles* 



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town August 13, 1803, Fanny M., daughter of John and 
Mary Penney, bom at St. John, N. B., " aged eighteen/' 
She died November 28, 1864. He malried second, at 
Charlestown January 1, 1866, Sarah Julia, daughter of 
Samuel C. and Elizabeth A. W. Hunt, aged 26 years. 

He enlisted April l5, 1861, in the Charlestown Guards, 
Company H, of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 
and served three months about Washington, D. C. En- 
listed again in January, 1863, in Nims' Battery, and 
served till the end of the war, chiefly in the Department of 
the Gulf. 

He lived some time at Billerica; removed to Concord 
Junction. Was for some thirty-one years a deputy 
warden in the Reformatory (1878-19ra), performing 
the responsible duties of that position in a most worthy 
manner. 

He died at Concord Junction October 16, 1910. 

Children: 

i, Susan Frances*, b. Oct. 9, 1866; m. Oct. 7, 1885, John F. 
Meade. She graduated as a trained nurse at the Lynn 
Hospital. 

Child: 

Elisabeth A. Meade, b. Aug. 21, 1886; m. Oct. 5, 1910. 
Luther Franks, 
ii. John Alfred, b. June 10, d. June 11, 1868. 
iii. Jane Burbank, b. June 28, 1869. 

817. iv. Alfred Orlando lindsay, b. Mar. 20, 1871. 

818. T. Benjamin Teter Chamberlin, b. Aug. 30, 1873. 

819. vi. John Eiziest, b. July 26, 1875. 

820. vii. Levi Howard, b. Apr. 21, 1877. 



Eleazbr BtJBBANK^ LoRiNG {John H.\ Jer^ 
miah^f Nichoka*, John\ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at North 
Yarmouth, Me., June 6, 1843; married at Boston Septem* 
ber 7, 1871, Mrs. Harriet A. Hohnes. 

He served in the Union army in the Civil War, leaving 
Waterville College to do so; was in the 2nd Maine Vol- 



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unteer In&ntry; was wounded at the second battle of 
Bull Run. 
He became a lawyer; practiced in Boston. 

Child: 

I8abelB.^b.Feb.26,1874. 

526. Edwabd T.^ Lorikg {Wadsworth^, Jotham^, 
ThonuMi^, John^, John\ Thomaa^)^ bom at Duxbury No- 
vember 27, 1814; married Sophia, dau^t^ of Gershom 
and Huldah (Carver) Sherman, of Mushfield; she died 
at Boston January 25, 1895. 

He was a caulker by trade and a ship-builder at East 
Boston. He died May 9, 1896. 

Children: 

i. A daufl^ter*, b. in 1841 ; d. in Jan. 1842. 

ii. Mary IL, b. in 1842; m. Nov. 26, 1863, Emmons Hatch. 

iii. Lucy A., b. in 1844; m. Oct. 15, 1872, Gilbert R. Bartktt. 

iv. Edward T., bin 1846; d. Aug. 20, 1854. 

V. Ella Thaacter, b. July 28, 1855. 

626a. David Cxjshing' Loring (David^^ Solomon^ 
S6loman\ John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., February 4, 1824; married first, September 
13, 18^, Huldah B. Mitchell; she died on the voyage with 
her husband from Calcutta to Falmouth, Eng., in Oc- 
tober, 1864, aged 37 years. He married second, Septem- 
ber 27, 1867, Margaret C, daughter of Captain John 
and Margaret (Prince) Wilson, of Cumberland Centre, 
Me. She died October 8, 1902, aged 63 years 5 months 
and 27 days. 

He was a sea captain in the cotton trade between 
southern ports and England till the Civil War; then in 
the trade between England and the East Indies. At a 
later period he commanded some of the finest clipper 
ships, sailing from New York and other Atlantic ports 
to San Francisco and other Pacific coast points. He 
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while waiting for her oompletaony fell dead as he was 
walking home from the post office, April 1, 1878. 

Children: 

i. Maxgaret Cusbiog*, b. Oct. 23, 1858; grad. Bradford Academy 
and becHune a teacher. She m. Deo. 18, 1884, Rev. 
Pania Thaxter FarweU; lea. Newton Center. 
Children: 

1. Helen Margaret Farwdl, b. Nov. 7, 1885. 

2. Edward Parris Farwell, b. Oct. 20, 1887; m. Feb. 5^ 

1914, Elisabeth, dau. of Albert B. and FloretU 
(Woodbeny) Farwdl of Chicago, ID. 
Children: 

(1) Loring Chapman Farwell. 

(2) Burrage Thaxter Farwell. 

3. Lawrence Cuahing FarweU, b. Oct. 29, 1891. 
822. iL George Mitchell, b. Feb. 14, 1861. 



William Lewis' Losing {Daridf^ SoUmwnfy 
Solanum^ John\ John\ Thatnaa^), bom at North Yar- 
mouthy Me., October 22, 1829; married December 20, 
1860, Emiice M., daughter of Jo8q)h and Priscilla (Wil- 
son) Russell, bom August 30, 1835, died July 26, 1914. 
Resided at North Yarmouth, Me. He died June 7, 1898. 

Children: 

i David*, b. Sept. 24, 1861 ; d. eariy. 

ii. David E., b. Oct. 25, 1863; he and Hannah live on the M 

homestead, 
iii. Hannah Elisabeth, b. June 10, 1866; a piano teacher. 

637. Elus Grat^ Lonmo {James 7/, John^, John\ 
IsraeP, Jchn\ Thomaa^)^ bom in Boston April 14, 1803; 
married October 29, 1827, Louisa, daughter of Frederick 
and Abigail Gifanan, bom at Gloucester January 1, 1797, 
died May 26, 1868. 

He entered Harvard College in 1819, but was not gradu- 
ated, though a member of the Hasty Pudding Club and 
of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. The following extract from 
the records of the college faculty explains this matter: 

''June 7, 1824. Loring, who left college in May, 1823, 
at the time a large part of his class was dismissed for 
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— ^Voted, that Loring's request be not granted, as the Gov*: 
cannot make any distinction between his case and that 
portion of his class who were dismissed in May, 1823.'^ 

He studied law and was admitted to the bar in 1827. 
He was a counsellor-at-law, master in Chancery and 
solicitor for the Western Railroad Company. Was one 
of the early ^'abolitionists." In 1836 he secured the 
release of the girl "Med" who had escaped from slavery 
knd was brought before the courts. Whittier wrote a 
poem about him, after his death, May 24, 1858. 

Child: 

AIma^ b. Nov. 10, 1830. To her Lydia Maria Childs 
dedicated her book, '' Fact and Fiction/' — " Anna Lor- 
ing, the chOd of my heart." She m. Oct. 29, 1863, Otto 
Dresel, pianist and eompoaer, b. at Geisenheim on the 
Rhine, Dec. 92, 1826; d. at Beverly, July 26, 1890. Bbe 
was vi.ce-prea. of the Sanitary Commission in Boston, in the 
Civil War; pros, of the Vinoent Hospital. She d. in 1896. 

Chfldren: 

1. Louisa Loring Dreeel, b. June 27, 1864. 

2. Ellis Loring Dresel, b. Nov, 28, 1866; Harv. Univ., A.B. 

in 1887, LL.B. in 1892; a lawyer in Boston, ia the 
firm of Goodwin, Dresel and I^rker. Was attached 
to the U. S. Embassy at Berlin in 1915; was assigned 
to the Embassy at Vienna and later to the Legation 
at Berne; his most recent work has been with Ameri- 
can prisoners of war. 

529. John J.' Loring (John //, John^^ John\ IsraeP, 
John\ Thmuuf), bom at Boston September 16, 1816; 
married in 1845 Elisa A. Trott; she died October 12, 
1888, aged 80 years and 6 months. 

He was an insurance agent in Boston; he died January 
26, 1890, bequeathing his property to seventeen relatives 
and friends. 

6S1. Abbl^ Lobinq {Israd^y Abel^^ Jonathan^ ImieV^ 
John\ Thomas^) f bom at Princeton September 14, 1703; 
married (intention at Petersham April 21, 1821) Mary, 
daughter of John and Hepsibah Holland; she died Decem- 
ber 15, 1863. He died at Princeton February 18, 1865. 



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Children, bom at Petersham : 

i. Chaunoy*, b. Mar. 1, 1823; d. Feb. 1, 1824. 

it Park, b. Feb. 17, 1824; d. Sept. 21, 1825. 

ill. Hepsibeth M., b. Aug. 13, 1825; m. June 24, 1857, Elihu 

Hemenway, Jr. 
iv. Hannah A. or Abigafl H., b. Afar. 13, 1827; m. Apr. 6, 1848, 

James M. Stone, 
v. Aaenath, b. Dec. 16, 1828; m. Aug. 20, 1851, Henty Edson, 

of Dana, carriage maker. 

823. vi. Chauncy, b. Oct. 8, 1830. 

824. vii. Park Holland, b. Feb. 4, 1832. 

825. ym. Lewis Wbitn^, b. Aug. 9, 1834. 

ix. Laura A., b. in 1843; d. Sept. 1, 1868. 

B82. William Willabd' Lobing (Israel^ Ahe?, Jana- 
than\ IsraeP, John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Petersham August 
22, 1807; married April 2, 1838, Elka daughter of John 
and Bets^ (Whitney) Bowker, of Petersham; she died 
at Barre May 13, 1902, aged 85 years and 16 days. 

Was said to be of Cortlandville, N. Y., at one time. He 
died at Barre January 7, 1896« 

Children: 
L Ellen M.*, b. Mar. 27, 1841; m. Sept. 20, 1860, Qwrgp W. 

Howe, 
u. Julia E., b. Nov. 12, 1844; m. Apr. 16, 1874, ManhaU H. 
Baoon of HubbardBton. 

826. iii. Oliver W., b. May 25, 1847. 

688. Aaron Kdiball^ Loring {Eno^, ii&elS Jonathan^ 
IsraePf John?, Thafnaa^)^ bom at Sterling; married Annie 
J. Dalton. He died at Boston September 25, 1911. 

Child: 

Beatrioe^ b. in 1870; m. (1) ; m. (2) Aug. 31, 1910, 

George E. Jonee. 

8S9. William Tract^ Loring {WiUiam\ AbeP, Jtmor 
than\ IsraePf John\ Thomas^) j bom at Spencer, N. Y., 
September 6, 1811; married first, November 12, 1835, 
Clarissa Rutte Hull, who died February 7, 1850. He 
married second, September 25, 1850, Julia Hotchkiss 
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He was a farmer and brickmaker at Newark VaUey, 
N. Y.; a lieutenant of militia. He died January 2, 
1875. 

Children: 

i. Hannah Amelia^ b. Nov. 5, 1838; m. Feb. 9, 1860, Origin 
F. King; res. at Bdvidere, N. Y. 
Child: 

Ernest Loring King, b. Dec. 14, 1861; res. at Rock- 
ford, 111. 
ii. Wealthy Josephine, b. June 12, 1840; m. Oct. 28, 1862, 
John Paddock Tuthill, son of Gideon and Margaret 
(Paddock) Tuthill, b. Aug. 13, 1834, d. July 19, 1910. 
Mrs. TuthiU and daughter res. at Ithaca, N. Y. 
Child: 

Anna Josephine Tuthill, b. Sept 24, 1872. 

827. iii. WUliam Edwin, b. Mar. 8, 1842. 

iv. Emma Sabrina, b. Aug. 23, 1844; d. Feb. 20, 1866. 

828. V. Samuel Uh«, b. Aug. 14, 1846. 

vi. OarisBa Rutta, b. Jan. 20, 1850; m. Feb. 22, 1871, Fred J. 
Bogart; he d. Dec. 31, 1015, le. 67. 
Children: 

1. Loring Jay Bogart, b. Aug. 23, 1878. 

2. Clara Bertha Bogart, b. Feb. 14, 1884; m. June 15, 

1909, Ernest Stanley Yawger. 
Child: 

Ernest Stanley Yawger, Jr., b. Mar. 22, 1912. 

3. Robin Irving Bogart, b. Aug. 3, 1887; m. May 16, 

1912, Rhoda A. Jennings. 
Child: 

Kenneth Irving Bogart, b. May 5, 1915. 



641. JoBEPB Fuller' Loring {Nathaniel^f AbeP, Jonor 
ihan\ IsraePj John^, Thomas^) ^ bom at Barre May 10, 
1815; married October 15, 1839, Violette, daughter of 
Augustus and Boadicea (Fuller) Merridc (or Myrick), 
bom at Mouson January 17, 1814, died at Boston Decem- 
ber 23, 1904. 

He was a dealer in stoves and hardware at Worcester; ^ 
his son Charles M. succeeded to ihe business in 1871. 

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Children: 



i. Caroline Fannie*, b. in 1842; m. Jan. 31, 1871, Bev. Maiv 
ahall GiumiBon Kimball, ». 44, b. at Warren, N. H.; in 
the ministry some years, then in a government deriodiip 
at Washington, D. G. 
Children: 

1. William Mansfield KimbaU, b. Jan. 26, 1873. 

2. Anna Loring KimbaU, b. July 26, 1876. 
ii. Charles Merrick, b. June 2, 1844. 

iii. Anna Elisabeth, b. Aug. 6, 1846; m. Oct. 22, 1873, Geoige 
A. Valentine, of Boston. 
Children: 

1. Joseph Loring Valentine, b. July 6, 1876. 

2. Francis Wadsworth Valentine, b. Apr. 5, 1880. 

3. Robert Valentine, b. Nov. 20, 1882. 
iv. Joseph W.,b. Oct. 25, 1850; d. June 19, 1856. 
V. Kate, b. Nov. 19, 1852. 

vi. Eleanor (twin), b. Nov. 19, 1852; d. June 18, 1856. 



642. NsifiON^ LoBiNG (Nathaniel^ Abel\ Jonathan^ 
IsToeVy John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Barre January 10, 1821; 
married March 26, 1850, Maria A., dau^ter of Lucius 
and Nancy Spooner, who died September 9, 1896, aged 
71 years and 7 months. 

He was a tanner at Barre. He died September 17, 
1906. 

Children: 

880. i. Charles Nd8on^ b. Nov. 16, 1852. 

ii. Joseph Willie, b. Apr. 6, 1857; d. unm., Sept. 18, 1895. 
iii. AdeUa, b. Aug. 14, 1858; m. Apr. 20, 1881, Frederick H. 
Pendleton. 
Child: 

Harry L. Pendleton, 
iv. una, b. June 25, 1860; m. Dean BoutweO. 
Child: 

Clarence Loring Boutweil. 
V. Frank E., b. June 22, 1862; m. at Orange Nov. 2, 1884, 

Mattie J. Pennock.. 
vi. Clarence, b. June 24, 1864. 

vii. Jennie Hamilton, b. Oct. 17, 1866; was a teacher; d. unm., 
Nov. 24, 1891. 



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643. David^ Loring (NathanieP, AbeP, Jonathan^ 
IsraePf John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Barre December 19, 
1822; married first, October 27, 1847, Mary Hall, daughter 
of Charles Lafayette Stodder, bom September 25, 1822, 
died September 12, 1859. He married second, August 
31, 1865, Emma J., daughter of Charles H. and Eliza 
T. Hunt, of Montville, Me., aged 21; she died May 20, 
1868. He married third, Carrie D., daughter of Peter 
and Julia Baldwin, who died April 10, 1874, aged 36 years, 
2 months and 15 days. 

He was a cabinet maker; removed to iSoston. 
He died January 3, 1895. 

Children: 

i. Froderiok Wadsworih*, b. Dee. 12, 1848; graduated at 
Harvard Univ., in 1870. Had already b^pin to eon* 
tribute to periodieala. Went in 1871, as oorrespoDdent of 
AppleUm'$ Jaumalf in the Wheeler Expedition to Arisona, 
and wrote lively flketehes of what he saw and experienced. 
' Death Valley was the supreme agony of his travels; he 
described himself on escaping from it as "bootfess, ooat- 
lesB, everjrthing but lifeless, I have had a fortnif^t of 
horrors. This morning an Indian fight capped the 
dimax." Shortly after that the stagecoach was attacked 
by Apaches, and Loring and four others killed (Novembv 
5, 1871). He was regarded by good judges asone of the 
most promiong writers in the country. His puhlMhed 
works include " Cotton Cultivation in the South," ''The 
Boston Dip," "Two CoUege FViends." 

831. ii. David, b. Apr. 7, 1852. 

882. iiL Hany Parkman, b. June 4, 1854. 
iv. Jennie, b. Sept. 24, 1866. 

644. Willard' Loring (Naihaniefiy Abel^, Jonathan^ 
IsraePf John\ Tfumaa^)^ bom at Barre September 11, 
1826; married Jmie 12, 1854, Lucy Miles, daughter of 
Samuel A. and Mary Newton, bom at Auburn Novem- 
ber 8, 1834, died at Milford February 11, 1872. 

He removed before his marriage to Lawrenceburg, 
la., but returned to this State. Was depot master at 
Natick and later at Milford. Removed to a farm at 
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He died at Claremont, Cal., November 14, 1014. 

Children: 

i. Minnie ElisabethS b. at Moline, HI., Mar 12, 1855; d. m. 
3 dye. 

ii. Ida Caroline, b. at Dee Moines, la., Oct. 24, 1856; res. at 
San Diego, Cal. 

ill. Edmund WiUard, b. Sept. 20, 1860. Established, with 
his brother Arthur Newton Loring, the firm of Lwing A 
Co., of San Di^po, Cal., stationers, booksellers and school 
furnishers. He m. Oct. 9, 1901, Rachel Gilkey. 

833. iv. Arthur Newton, b. Nov. 20, 1863. 

V. Mary Alice, b. at Milford Nov. 7, 1865; m. at San Diego, 
Cal., Jan. 28, 1895, Israel Nelson Keyes; he d. at Worces- 
ter Apr. 23, 1897. 
Child: 
Robert Loring Keyes, b. Dec. 1, 1895. 
vi. Edith Genevieve, b. at Milford Oct. 20, 1867; m. Oct. 20, 
1892, Richard Henry Moon^, editor of The School 
Register, Worcester. 
Children: 

1. Maiigaret Loring Mooney, b. Sept. 6, 1894. 

2. Richard Henry Mooney, Jr., b. June 12, 1896. 

3. Miles WiUard Mooney, b. Oct. 28, 1902. 

4. Edith Loring Mooney, b. Aug. 31, 1904. 

834. yii. Hubert Whittier, b. at Milford Nov. H, 1869. 

viii. Grace Evangeline, b. at Milford Dee. 13, 1870; m. Oct. 
18, 1894, Christie P. Earley; res. at San Diego, Cal. 
Children: 

1. Marian Edith Earley, b. Oct. 30, 1895. 

2. Helen Loring Earley, b. May 27, 1898. 

3. Lester WiUard Earley, b. May 5, 1900. 

4. Joseph Miles Earley, b. Oct. 27, 1902. 

5. Theodore Prescott Earley, b. Aug. 24, 1904. 

6. Grace Evangeline Earley, b. Jan. 26, 1909. 

ix. Lucy Miles, b. at Milford Feb. 2, 1872; res. at San Diego, 
Cal. 

662. John Wiluam' Lorino {Elmer^, John^^ Jona- 
than\ IwaeVj John\ Thomas^), bom at Boylston January 
11, 1831 ; married first, July 28, 1852, Clara Ann, daughter 
of Anson and Nancy Shattuck, who died August 8, 1905« 
He married second, at Worcester October 3, 1906, Mrs« 
Emma (Lee) Aldrich. 

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Children: 

835. i. Elmer Hastings*, b. June 17, 1853. 

ii. Hattie F., b. in 1858; m. Nov. 17, 1875, John C. Greene. 

663. Silas Hastinos^ Lorino {Elmer^, John^^ Jonch 
ihan^j Israel^ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boylston Sep- 
tember 18, 1833; married July 3, 1855, Caroline B., 
dau^ter of John W. and Caroline R. M. (Smith) Hyde, 
who died at Faknouth June 21, 1912. 

He died at Holden September 18, 1911. 

Children: 
i. Mary Lynde Walker*, b. July 15, 1856; d. Aug. 7, 1868. 
ii. Walter Bradstreet, b. Apr. 8, 1869. 
iii. Al^edH.,b.Aug.24,1870;d.May29,1886. 
ir. William Harris (twin), b. Aug. 24, 1870; said to have gone 
to Kansas City, Mo. 

667. Daniel Wabben' Lobino (Oliver R.\ DanieP, 
Naihan\ IsraePy John\ Thomas^), bom at Belpr«, O., 
December 1, 1821; married about 1852 Mary Kinchlow 
Soule. 

He removed to OskalooBa, la. 

''Both have died and we have the names of only two 
children." 

Children: 

i. Frank Warren*, b. 1854; m. in 1903 Beulah Bennett; res. 

at Sao City, la.; d. Dec. 23, 1916. 
ii. Mary Louise, b. in 1856; d. in 1896. 

668. Francis Hammer^ Lorino {Oliver R.\ Daniel^, 
Nathan^ leraeP^ John\ Thomas') j bom at Belpr^, 0., 
July 9, 1832; married January 23, 1863, Delia Nancy 
Armstrong; she died August 31, 1903. 

He was a captain in the 92d Ohio Volunteer Infantry 
from 1862, serving in the Kanawa Valley, at Stone River, 
Chickamauga, Atlanta, the ''March to the sea'' under 
General Sherman; then had command of a battalion of 
the 11th Ohio, and completed three years in the service. 
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Returning to civil life he was a merchant at Oskaloosa; 
la., and in real estate business. He has been a Free 
Mason since 1866 and has tak^i the 32d d^ree, Scottish 
rite, holding various leading offices. 

He contributed a good deal concerning this branch of 
the family to Mr. John Arthur Loring and the editor. 

Children: 
L Eliiabeth Maria^ b. Apr. 2, 1866; d. Apr. 3, 1808. 
ii. Charles Mayo, b. July 1, 1869; merchant at Oakalooea, la. 

Was orderiy sergt. of lat Iowa Battery in Spanish War; 

m. in Sept., 1908, Edna Dorothy Hobnea. Res. BiOinsi, 

Mont, 
iii. Caroline Armstrong, b. Sept. 3, 1874; res. at Chicago, Ili. 
iv. Mabel Howe, b. June 8, 1877; m. Archibald E. Powdl; res. 

at Denver, Colo. 
Child: 

Frances Loring Powell. 
T. James Warren, b. Nov. 8, 1880. Res. Caiicago, 111. 

666. Caleb Wiluam' Lobing (Charlea G.\ CqU¥, 
Caleb\ Caieb^, Jokn% Thamas^)^ bom at Dorchester July 
31, 1819; naarried January 15, 1845, Elizabeth Smith, 
daughter of Joseph Augustus and Louisa (Putnam) 
Peabody, bom at Salem July 31, 1822, died at Boston 
December 13, 1869. 

He was educated at the Boston Latin School and was 
graduated from Harvard College in 1839 (detor, 1836), 
and from the Law School in 1841. Was admitted to 
the bar in 1842. 

After some years in his father's office he opened one 
of his own. His law gradually gave way to trustees' 
business and to active concern in manufacturing. He 
was president of the Plymouth Cordage Company, 
founded in 1824 by Bourne Spooner and Caleb* Loring. 
He lived in Boston and at Pride's Crossing where he built 
a summer home in 1852; after 1872 he lived there all the 
time. His love of nature was great and he developed his 
estate very beautifully. 

He died at Camden, S. C, January 29, 1897; was buried 
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ChildMn: 

i. Eatharme Peabody*, b. May 21, 1849. A founder and for 
twenty years a teacher in the Society to Encourage 
Studies at Home. For many yean a trustee of Beverly 
PuUio Library; a Red Cross worker; an officer of the 
Women's Education Association, and at some time presi- 
dent of the Maarachusetts Library Club. Attet 1872 
living wholly at PHde's Crossing. 
«6. ii. William Caleb, b. Aug. 24, 1851. 

iii. Louisa Putnam, b. Jan. 15, 1854; founder and president of 
the Ailren, S. C, Sanitarium; for many years a director 
of the Beverly Haq>ital and secretary of the Essex County 
Chapter of the Red Cross. She compiled a hymn and 
tune book, " The Hymns of the Ages " (American Uni- 
tarian Association, 1906). Founder of the Anti-Tuba^ 
culosis Society in Beverly. After 1872 living all the time 
at Pride's Crossing. 
837. iv. Augustus Peabody, b. Dec. 7, 1857. 

666. Chablbb Gbsblt^ Lobinq {Charles G,\ Cakh^^ 
Caleb^, CaleV, John\ Thamaa^), born at Boston July 22, 
1828; married November 10, 1875, Mary J., daughter of 
John and Susan (Brace) Hopkins, of Saugerties, N. Y., 
bom Jime 12, 1862. 

She died in Simla, India, March 10, 1914; ashes at 
Mount Auburn Cemetery. 

He attended the Boston Latin School, was graduated 
at Harvard College in 1848, A.B., made A.M. in 1851. 
He rowed in the first college crew. During the summer 
of 1848 he was one of a scientific exploring expedition 
to Lake Superior under Louis Agassiz, who had been 
appointed professor at Harvard. He studied in the Law- 
rence Scientific School and was a surv^or for the Erie 
railway. In 1852 he went to Europe with his father, 
and on account of trouble with his lungs he spent a 
winter in Malaga; the following winter on the Nile, mak- 
ing an expedition of very dangerous character to Arabia. 
He devoted himself to the study of Egyptian art and 
archseology. In 1861 he joined the Union army; wks 
appointed on the staff of General Bumside with rank of 
first lieutenant. In February, 1862, he was made assist- 
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Ninth Army Corps was formed he was appointed assistant 
inspector-general with the rank of lieutenant-ooloneL 
Although his position did not require him to be on the 
fighting line, he activ^ engaged in all the campaigns of 
the Ninth Corps, and for a few days actually had command 
of the corps. He received three brevets: The first two 
dated August 1, 1864; one to the rank of colonel ''for 
gallant and meritorious services in the campaign in East 
Tennessee and at the siege of Knoxville"; the second to 
the grade of brigadier-general '' for gaHant and meritorious 
services at the battles of the Wilderness, Spottcfylvania, 
Bethesda Church and dining the operations before Peters- 
burg, Virginia.? The third brevet was to the rank of 
major-general in 1865, ''for gaHant and meritorious 
services during the war/'* He engaged in business for 
a time after the war, and also carried on his father's 
farm at Pride's Crossing. In 1872 he was appointed to 
install the Way collection of Egyptian antiquities in 
two rooms at the Boston Athenseum; this was the begin- 
ning of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. In 1873 he was 
made a trustee, and when the building was erected in 
Copley Square he was made Curator, and from that time 
until shortly before his death he was executive head of 
the institution. His title was changed to Director in 
1881, and on his resignation in 1902 to Director Emeritus. 
Soon after his marriage he built a summer house on 
part of his father's estate at Pride's Crossing. In 1895 
he built a house at Chocorua, N. H., where he spent his 
remaining summers, continuing to live in Boston in 
winter. He died at Pride's Crossing August 18, 1902. 
He was a member of many art societies at home and 
abroad, and bf the Massachusetts Historical Society. 
(See Proceedings, March, 1915.) 

Children: 

i. Ruth^ b. June 9, 1877; m. June 1, 1898, William Whitman, 
Jr. 

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ChikbeQ: 

1. Ruth WhitmaaS b. at Boston Mar. 5, 1809. 

2. William Whitman, 3d, b. at Choconia, N. H., Aug. 1, 

1900. 

3. Loring Whitman, b. at New York Feb. 15, 1904. 

4. Ndflon Whitman, b. at SimBbury, Conn., May 14, 

1916. 
ii. Charles Gf6dy, b. May 16, d. Oct. 7, 1880. 
837a. iiL Charles Oree^, b. at Pride's Crossing Oct. 28, 1881. 

578. Francis Booit^ Loriko {Edward 0.^, Edwanf, 
Calebs Caleb*, John\ Thwnatf), bom at Boeton July 18, 
1850; majried Lydia Rooeevelt, daughter of John H. 
B. and Charlotte P. (Claiborne) Latrobe, of Baltimore, 
Md. 

He was graduated at Harvard Medical School in 1874. 
Is a physician at Washington, D. C. 

Children: 

i. Lydia Latrobe*, b. June 8, 1881. 

ii. John* (called Jean) Latrobe, b. Apr. 28, 1883; d. June 21, 
1912. 

573a. Jo8£PH^ LoRiNO {Joseph^^ Benjamin^ ^ Benjamin^ 
Benjamin^, Benjamin^ Thomas^) j bom at Boston in Jan- 
uary, 1788; married first, in 1811, Judith Williams. He 
married second, in 1823, Nancy Hunt, who survived him 
and died October 7, 1861. 

He was a sailmaker in Charlestown. He (tied July 
11, 1867. 

Children: 
L Sarah*, m. in 1831 Fredtfiok C. AndevBon. 
iL Lacy Elwell, m. in 1833 Nathan Rich, 
iii. Eliiabeth, m. John O. Hardy; rem. to Burlington, la. 
838. iv. Benjamm J., b. Nov. 5, 1817. 

676. WiLUAM^ LoBiNG {Joseph^j Benjamin^ j Benjamin^ 
Benjamin^, Benjamin\ Thomas^), bom at Boston in 1794; 
married Elizabeth C. Condry, bom at Newburyport. 

^Daughter, named for her grandfather. 



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He resided at Boston; was called ''William Loring 2d "; 
was a rigger. 

Children: 

839. i. William*, b. in 1820. 

840. ii. Thomas C, b. in 1828. 

577. David^ Lobing {Davids, Davids ^ Damd\ Benjamin\ 
Benjamin^ ThamM^)^ bom at West Cambridge, March 1, 
1800; married at Northborough November 24, 1824, 
Susannah Frost Sherman, bom August 27, 1800, died 
February 6, 1862. He was a lead pipe manufacturer at 
Concord, the first in this country. 

Was one of the directors of the fltchburg raibroad. 
Afterward manufactured cedar buckets, etc. He died 
at Winona, Minn., December 16, 1870. ^ 

Children: 

841. i. George*, b. Aug. 27, 1825. 

ii. Lydia Ann, b. Oct. 2, 1827; m. Apr. 27, 1848, Jonathan Fay 
Baesett. 
Ould: 

Lucy Fay Baaeett, m. John Chapman of Ftovidenoe, 
R.I. 
iii. Samuel Burr, b. Oct. 25, 1830; d. Oct. 17, 1831. 
iv. Jane, b. Nov. 23, 1832; d. May 13, 1891. 
v. William Sidney, b. Jan. 5, 1835; d. June 15, 1847. 
vi. Sarah Feriey, b. Aug. 27, 1837; m. Rev. Richard Metcalf 
^ of Ph>videnoe, R. I. 

vit. Catherine Fearing, b. Nov. 10, 1839; m. Francis Ellingweod 

Abbott, 
viii. Suaan Frances, b. 1841; d. unm. 1913. 

579. HsNRT Knapp^ Lorino (Henrj^, Jonathan^, 
Datrid^, Benjamin^ ^ Benjamin^ TAomcw^, bom Novem- 
ber 17, 1800; married first, Sarah K. Hichbom, who died 
within a year. He married second, in 1845, Frances, 
daughter of Joseph and Sarah (Smith) Harris; she died 
June 23, 1894, aged 76 years and 18 days. 

He was a merchant, of the firm of Loring and Winches* 
ter; was master of a packet at one time. He died at 
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Children: 

M2. L Heniy Ehk\ b. in 1847. 
iL William Wooart, 2d. 
iii Bamuel Hiehboni, b. Jan. 12, 1852; d. Dee. 11, 1855. 

57te. Jonathan Hbabd' Lorino {Henrj^, Janathan^p 
David^j Benjamin^f Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom March 16» 
1808; married first, March 27, 1833, Eliza Ann Fales, of 
Dedham ; she died February 28, 1834. He married Becond, 
Clarissa, daughter of Daniel and Anne Withington, of 
Dorchester, bom April 18, 1808, died November 29, 
1885. 

He resided at Dedham; was a wood turner and a grocer. 
He died March 3, 1881. 

Children: 

i. Eliia Ann*, b. Feb. 13, 1834; m. Sept 6, 1853, Albion E. P. 
Benson, b. at Sumner, Me. 
Chfldren: 

1. Nellie Eliaa Benson, b. Aug. 25, 1855; m. Jan. 16, 

1876, Charles Benry Reed, of East Bridgewater. 

2. Walter Loring Benson, b. June 28, 1858; m. Aug. 15, 

1891, Elena Cora Dorman. 

843. u. William Henry, b. at Dorchester Aug. 21, 1835. 

844. ill George Bryant, b. Sept 24, 1843, ''of Jonathan H. and 

darissa." 

682. HsNRT^ LoRiNG (Hsniy, Jo^ephf^ Daxid^^ Benr 
jamin\ Benjamin^ Thomas^) j bom at Brookline May 31, 
1824; married at Lowell November 10, 1859, Minnie, 
daue^ter of Samuel G. and Lydia A. Barton, i^ed 19 
years, bom at Portland, Me. 

He was adjutant of the 19tli Indiana Volunteer In- 
fantry in the Civil War. He died at Indianapolis, Ind., 
in November, 1862. 

682a. Jamss Lovbll^ Lobino (Henrj^, Joseph^ ^ Damd^^ 
Benjamin^ J Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Boston Septem- 
ber 20, 1833; married at Farmiiigton, la., November 3, 
1857, Emma Creighton Gephart. 



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He resided at Dallas Center, la.; he died July 16, 1910. 

Children: 

845. i. Joeeph OOey^ b. Nov. 23, 1858. 

846. ii. George Henry, b. July 5, 1864. 
iii. John Middleion. 

847. iv. Frank livingston, b. Jan. 4, 1867. 

68S. William^ Loring {WiUiarn^, Benjamin^y David\ 
Benjamin^f Benjamin^ Thcmaa^)^ bom at Boston March 
9, 1819; married May 21, 1845, Adeline Matilda, daughter 
of Luther and Elizabeth Parker, bom May 5, 1825, died 
February 6, 1905. 

He was a pianoforte maker in Boston some years; 
removed to West BrOxbury in 1856, to Newton later, still 
later to Chicago, 111. He died March 15, 1898. 

Children: 

i. Ada Loui8a^ b. Jan. 9, 1848; m. May 17, 1871, James H. 
Morgan. 

848. ii. Francis Parker, b. at Boston Jan. 3, 1850. 

iii. Charles Wheeler, b. at W. Roxbury Mar. 1, 1862; d. Nov. 
22, 1913. 

086* George Hbnrt' Loring (WiUiam^ Benjamin^, 
Davids f Benjamin* J Benjamin* ^ Thomas^), bom at Boston 
July 20, 1820; married at San Francisco, CaL, August 3, 
1855, Caroline Francis. 

He was an assayer and jeweler of high standing in 
Boston and California. He died August 17, 1886, from 
injuries received in a mine where he was prospecting. 

Children: 

i. Frances Sudley", b. Aug. 29, 1866. 
. ii. Samuel Louis, b. May 6, 1858; d. unm. Jan. 8, 1887. 
iii. Asa Francis, b. Oct. 8, 1866; d. Feb. 27, 1874. 

687. Samuel^ Loring {WiUiam^^ Benjamin\ Damd^, 
Benjamin* f Benjamin*, Thomas^), bom at Boston August 
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He was clerk of the Tremont House in Boston. Re- 
moved to Californm. 
He died August 21, 1857. 

689. Abneb Bicknell' Lobing {Samud^, Samuel, 
Sainud\ SamueP, Benjamin^ Thomcui^), bom at Hull 
July 14, 1817; married first, Sophronia Curtis, who died 
December 20, 1844. He married second (intention at 
Newton November 8, 1846) Caroline Elizabeth Brackett; 
she died October 9, 1857, aged 30 years, 6 months and 
18 days. He married third, December 15, 1869, Mrs. 
Margaret (Fales) Williams, bom at Thomaston, Me.; 
she died at Boston July 25, 1908, aged 88 years, 8 months 
and 7 days. 

He was a coppersmith, in partnership with his brother 
Samuel, the firm name being A. B. & S. H. Loring. 

He died December 12, 1892. 

Children: 

i. Abner Bicknell, Jr.", b. Mar. 14, 1844; was a soldier in the 
47th Mass. Vol. Inf., service principally in North 
Carolina; he returned to Boston; d. unm. Mar. 25, 1871. 

ii. George, b. about Aug., 1847; was on a ship that was captured 
and burned by the Confederate rover Alabama; put sAote 
with the crew on an island; after a while found and 
brou^t home. He went to California, where he d. and 
was bur. at San Francisco. 

iii. WiDiam B., b. May 11, 1850; engaged in wholesale shoe 
business in Omaha, Neb., and canied on a ranch afterward 
for the benefit of his health; returned to Hull; d. unm. 
Jan. 14, 1902. 

iv. Carrie E., b. at Charlestown Oct. 4, d. Oct. 6, 1857. 

890. Samuel Habvet^ Lorino (SamueV^ Samuel^, 
Samuel^ SamueP, Benjamin^j Thomas^), bom at Hull 
April 10, 1819; married at Boston October 31, 1855, 
Sarah C. H., daughter of Ezra and Martha (Learned) 
Eaton, aged 25 years. She died February 10, 1900. 

He was a coppersmith in partnership with his brother 
in Boston. 

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6M. Jonathan Francis^ Lobino {Jonathan^, Jonor 
thart^j Samuel\ SamueP^ Benjamin^ Thoma^)^ bom at 
Boston September 10, 1828; married April 6, 1854, 
Celma, daughter of Hypolite N. Fogue. 

He was a sugar refiner; resided at Arlington during 
the latter part of his life. He died at Stoneham in a 
sanatorium May 14, 1911. 

Children: 

i. Theodore FraIlci8^ b. Oct. 24, 1855; m. at Cambridge, 
March 26, 1891, Grace A., dauiehter of Gustave and 
Eunice W. Weinschenk; he d. May 29, 1912. 

ii. Ida Benton Martin, b. at Chelsea Jan. 18, 1857. 

iii. Celina, b. Sept. 27, 1859. 

iv. Nina F., b. in 1861; m. June 10, 1884, Charles A. Chick, 
b. at Monson, Me. 

V. liude H., b. Aug. 10, 1864. 

6M. James^ Lobino {Jonathan^ Jonathan^, Samuel^, 
SamuePf Benjamin^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Boston in Septem- 
ber, 1811; married first, Hannah Chandler. He married 
second, Henriettii, daughter of Pelatiah and Rosa Gould; 
she died February 22» 1874» i^ed 29 years, 9 months and 
6 days. 

He resided at Chelsea; removed to Ptovidence, R. I.; 
he died September 10, 1901 ; buried at Woodlawn Ceme- 
tery. 

Chad: 
851. Percy«, b. Feb. 14, 1874. 

596. Chables Harding^ Lorino (WiUiam P.", Matr 
theu^f Samuel^, SamuePy Benjamin^, Thomas^) y bom at 
Boston December 26, 1828; married May 19, 1852, Ruth 
Dingley, daughter of Capt. Micajah Malbon. 

He became an officer in the U. S. Navy in 1851 ; rose 
to be chief engineer; served on the Minnesota and the 
Susqu/ehanna in the Civil War. He continued in the ser- 
vice; was made engineer in chief in 1884; retired in 1890, 
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D.C. His wife died November 13, 1871. He died at 
Hackettstown, N. J., February 5, 1907, and was buried at 
Hingham, Mass. 

Child: 

Mary M.«, b. in 1861; d. Mar. 6, 1887. 

801. Charles Fredebick' Lorino {Caleb G^^ CaUbf^j 
Samuel^ SamueP, Benjamin^ Thoma8^\ bom at Boston 
Saturday morning, August 9, 1818; married Mary Ann 
Darrell, bom in June, 1820, died June 7, 1846. 

He sailed for San Francisco, Cal., in the ship Phar- 
salia in January, 1849. Resided in California; died at 
San Andreas, Cal., September 21, 1891. 

Children: 

« 

i. Charles Frederick, Jr.', b. Aug. 19, 1840; m. at Boston Jan. 

22, 1803, Emma L., dau. of John and Caiheriae E. 

WiUard; was master's mate in the U. 8. Navy. Eb d. 

Jan. 28, 1805. 
ii. Edmmid Tuttle, b. Aug. 4, 1843; d. May 4, 1847. 
iii. Maria Louise, b. Apr. 30, 1844; d. Mar. 30, 1845. 
iv. George Augustus, b. June 30, 1845; d. Nov. 9, 1910. 

603. WiLUAM Hbnry^ Loring {Caleb (7.«, Calebs, 
Samuel\ SamuePj Benjamin^ Thomas^) , bom at Boston 
Tuesday evening, August 19, 1834; married at Wobum 
September 2, 1856, Sarah Ellen, daughter of John Gardner 
and Sarah Felt Fla^, bom January 18, 1837, died in Cam- 
bridge December 2, 1910. 

He resided in Boston. 

He died September 13, 1872. 

Children: 

855. i. Frederick Reeves*, b. at Wobum Saturday, Dee. 19, 1857. 
ii. Alice Graupuer, b. at Boston Friday, Dec. 2, 1850; m. Aug. 

28, 1902, Samuel Joseph Brown, architect, b. at Cin- 
dnnati, O., Dec. 8, 1853. 
iii. Ida Dayton, b. at Boston Friday, Feb. 27, 1864. 

856. iv. Robert Gardner, b. at Walpole Sept. 23, 1868. 

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604. David Webster^ Loring {Caleh G.\ CaleV, 
Samuel^ SamuePf Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Boston 
Friday noon, September 16, 1836; married there August 
5f 1856, Susan Sophia Leach, bom at East Bridgewater 
in 1836. 

He was a dealer in hardware and saddlery in Boston. 
He removed to San Francisco, Cal.; ''was founder of the 
Loring Club (musical) of San Francisco.'' (K. P. L.) 

He died November 80, 1904. 

Children: 

i. Harriet Tattle^ b. Nov. 16, 1857; m. Feb. 14, 1888, Ciiarles 
Palmer Low. 
858. ii. Preecott, b. May 12, 1859. 
850. iii. Franeifl Hugo, b. Nov. 19, 1862. 

iv. Ruth Wilkiiiflon, b. May 31, 1867. 

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621. Levi* Lobino {Leiri^j Jashwifij Thcmuu^f Tfumat^^ 
Thoma^, Th4Muu^f Thamaa^)^ bom at Rajrnhaiii August 
1, 1802; married May 8, 1825, Ruth Hatch, daughter 
of Perez and Lucinda (Hatch) Sampeon, of Pembroke, 
bom December 25, 1803. 

They removed from Plympton to West Mansfield, 
O., and tived on a farm. 

Children: 

i. Ruth Thomas*, b. Feb. 3, 1886; m. Lewis Bates, 

ii. Lucinda Sampson, b. Jan. 7, 1828; m. Mr. Simpson, 

iii. Irene, m. Mr. Wilgus. 

iv. Mira. 

v. Elbert L. 



622. Thomas Ellis* Lorino (Lem^, Joshua^ Thama^^ 
Thoma^j ThMtcu^, Thomat^, Thomas^), bom at Plympton 
May 17, 1806; married May 27, 1832, Lydia Jane, daugh- 
ter of Thomas Cushman Stwdish, bom October 27, 
1811, died November 16, 1867. 

He kept a hotel at Sandwich for some years; became 
colonel in militia. Bought a place in Plympton and 
settled there in 1837. Was postmaster a long time. 

He died May 28, 1882. 



Children : 



Caroline Matada*, b. Aug. 11, 1833; m. Sept. 13, 1853, 
Lorenso Dow Monroe, at Halifax (Mass.). He was a 
lieut. in the 58th Mass. Vol. Inf.; served in Grant's 
Virginia campaign; was captured and five months 
in libby Prison. After the war kept the Hyland Hotel 
at Bridgewater twenty years; later res. at Quincy; he 
d. May 21, 1896. 

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ChiMren: 

1. Mva AdamB Monroe, b. June 20, 1854; m. Aug. 21, 

1878, Robert Henry Simmer, of Stoughton. 

2. Ellifl Loring Monroe, b. Jan. 28, 1858. 

3. William Dow Loring Monroe, b. Oct. 21, 1861; m. Alioe 

Grace Hamlett. 

4. Edgar Southworth Monroe, b. Aug. 10, 1867. 

5. Frank Bertram Monroe, b. Sept 22, 1871; d. Sept. 3, 

1872. 

6. Charles Everett Monroe, b. Nov. 6, 1872; grad. Harv. 

in 18d7; is a physician. 

7. Mildred Standish Monroe, b. Oct. 26, 1875; d. June 8, 

1885. 
iL Ahnaria EvereU, b. Sept. 3, 1843; m. Oct. 18, 1866, Edwin 
Augustus Wri^t. She d. at Brockton Jan. 19, 1881. 
Child: 

Carrie Myrtica Wright, b. Sept. 4, 1867; m. Feb. 23, 
1893, lliomafi Weston Higgins. 
iii. Georgiana, b. Oct. 31, 1852; m. Dec. 21, 1873, Eugene Parker 
LeBaron. 
Child: 

Fndetkk Nelson LeBaron, b. May 16, 1875; m. Jan. 28, 
1903, Marie Amelie Hallock; res. Brooklyn^ N» Y.; 
was an architect, and later a manufacturer of vault 
lights, etc. 



SoirrawoRTH* Lorino (L6t^'^ Joshucfij Thoma^^ 
Thomas^ Thoma^j Thomat^j Thiymaa^)^ bom at Plympton 
July 20, 1818; married first, at Middleborough in 1842, 
Ann Otis, daughter of Otifi and Mercy Tinkham; she died 
March 14, 1874. He married second, at Onset June 12, 
1879, Mrs. Elvira S. (Gage) Lewis, who was bom at 
Teinpleton in 1857. 

He was a lieutenant in the 40th regiment of Massachu- 
setts Volunteer Infantry, mustered in September, 1862, 
and participated in many strenuous campaigns throi^- 
out the war till mustered out June 17, 1865. 

He died at Fitchburg December 28, 1886. 

624. Simeon Mobton* Lorino {J^om'^ Simeon^, 
Thomat^, Thoma^, Thomas^, Thonmui^, Thomcui^), bom at 
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of Jonathan and Mary (Caswell) Blanchard, who died 
April 2, 1908, aged 79 years, 4 months. 

He lived most of the time at Plympton. He died 
April 4, 1873. 

Children: 
i. Helena Frances', b. Feb. 18, 1846; d. May 13, 1877. 
u. Anna Lob, b. Feb. 3, 1847; d. May 3, 1848. 
ui. Anna K., b. at Plymouth Mar. 0, 1850; m. Mar. 3, 1868, 
Isaiah F. Churchill. 

865. iv. Ehner B., b. at Plympton Dec. 19, 1854. 
v. Willie Blanchard, b. Mar. 30, 1857. 

866. vi. Wilfred B., b. Oct. 7, 1850. 

vii. Edwin G., b. Feb. 10, 1862; m. Nov. 19, 1887, Sarah F. 

Towns. He d. June 25, 1891. 
viii. Mary Adelaide, b. July 8, 1865; d. Apr. 22, 1875. 
ix. Ethelyn M., b. Sept. 20, 1867; m. Jan. 5, 1884, William 

P. Francis. 

626. Braddock* Loring {Perez' ^ Braddod^^ Pere^t 
Thanuul^, Thomat^, Thoftuu^, Thama^), bom at Boston 
in 1813; married first Matilda Salmon. He married 

second Isabelle . He married third, at Boston 

February 8, 1858, Sarah F., daughter of Ansel Hudson, 
of Randolph, who died October 28, 1894. 

He died at Boston February 1, 1888. 

Children: 
i. Sarah P.*, b. in 1839; m. Jan. 11, 1857, Erastus M. Briggp. 
ii. Braddoek Russ, b. Apr. 24, 1849. 
iii. Isabel Matilda, b. in June, d. Oet. 6, 1852. 
iv. A male child, b. Oct. 16, 1854. 

627. Gbobgb* Lorino (Perez'', Braddoek^, Perez^, 
Thama^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Thoma^), bom at Boston 
November 27, 1814; married first Ann Juliet Hersey. 
He married second Catherine A. Remick. 

He died March 30, 1882. 

Children: 

i. Ann Juliet*, b. in 1836; m. Aug. 30, 1868, James M. Long- 
street, 
ii. lissie M., b. in Jan., 1837; d. Dec. 25, 1888. 
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628. Edgar FaANCid* Lobino {Perez'', Levif, Peresf, 
Thomae^ Thoma^, Thoma8\ Thomae^), bom at Duxbury 
March 28, 1840; married April 1, I860, Lucy W., daugjbter 
of Elisha and Ann (Weston) Sampson. 

He was a cranberry grower, residing at Duxbury. He 
died November 11, 1905. 

Children: 

i. Frances W.^ b. in 1865; m. June 24, 1908, Edward Stevens, 
ol Duxbury, b. in Nova Scotia. 

867. ii. . Henry B., b. June 23, 1866. 
iii. ' Florence 8., b. June 23, 1869. 

868. iv. Waldo F., b. in 1873. 

869. v. Edgar W., b. Feb. 14, 1874. 

870. vi. Albert Otis, b. Sept. 14, 1879. 



Horace Leonard* Lorino {Perez', Levi^, Perez^, 
Thama^, Thoma^, Thomas^ , Thomas^), bom at Duxbury 
July 26, 1848; married February 27, 1875, Mary Ella, 
daughter of Josiah T. and Betsey R. C!ook, of Kingston, 
bom May 24, 1852. Resides at South Duxbury, where 
he has charge of an estate. 

Children: 

i. Annie Brooks*, b. July 20, 1876; m. Benjamin Delano 

Loring, Jr. 
ii. Fred Lawrence, b. Feb. 19, 1889. 

630. Arthur F.* Loring {Perez'', Levi^, Perez^, Thamae^, 
Thama^, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom in 1853; married at 
Kingston February 24, 1873, Ella Jane, daughter of 
William A. and Jane L. Sampson, i^ed 20. 

He is in the ice business at Island Creek, Duxbury. 

Children: 

871. i. Herbert Franklin^ b. May 24, 1873. 

872. ii. George Wilbur, b. Feb. 22, 1877. 

iii. Lottie May, b. Nov. 20, 1880; m. June 16, 1900, Harry 
Glass. 
Child: 

Lawrence Wilbur Glass, b. Sept. 2, 1901. 
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681. Benjamin William* Loring* {WiUiam L.\ Wiir- 
liarn^ WiUianf, Nathaniel^ Thama^, Thama^y Thomas^) 
bom at Diixbury October 14, 1821; married at North 
Adams August 2, 1866, Neltie U. Cohoon, of Owego, N. 
Y., where her father was a prominent merchant. 

He went to California at an early day, and carried on 
the business of transportation by trains of pack mules. 
On the outbreak of the rebellion he came east, and found 
his '^double second cousm,'' Rear Admiral Joseph Smith, 
at Washington, D. C, who soon secured for him an ap- 
pointment as acting master in the United States navy. 
He was assigned to the Oalena, one of the three first 
ironclads, flagship of the James River expedition in May, 
1862. He distinguished himself in that campaign. In 
1863 he was transferred to the Weehawken^ one of the 
new monitors. Had exciting experiences in Charleston 
Harbor, and June 17, 1863, at Wassaw Sound in the 
capture of the Confederate ironclad ram, AUanta. Cap- 
tain Rodgers, in his official report, said, ^'I recommend 
Master Benjamin W. Loring for gallant behaviour under 
the fire of Fort Darling, serving the guns admirably; 
his energy and coolness were everjrthing which could be 
wished." He next served in the Mississippi River 
Squadron; was captured May 6, 1864, and endured the 
horrors of a Texas stockade for six months; escaped and 
was retaken; again escaped with one companion, and 
reached Brashier, La., after weeks of dreadful struggles. 
After the war he had a position in the navy yard at 
Washington, D. C. Later he entered the revenue 
(naval) service; was commissioned lieutenant July 20, 
1872. 

In 1872 he settled at Owego, N. Y.; lived a quiet, un- 
ostentatious life. Was greatly respected; never used 
tobacco and was strictly temperate. 

He died December 5, 1902. 

*Mr. John Arthur Lorin^s manuscript contains one hundred and tw«nty 
typewritten pages descriptive of the career and experiences of this hero; 
those interested may read them at the library of the N. £. Historic Genea- 
logical Sodety, Boston, Mass. 



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Children: 



873. i. Benjamin William*, b. at No. Adams May 10, 1807. 

ii. A child, b. Aug. 15, d. Oct. 5, 1869. 

iii. John Alden, b. at Clevdand, O., Mar. 6, 1871; is a naturalist 
and lecturer of high standing; has been assistant curator 
of mammals at Bronx Park. Was naturalist to the Roose- 
velt African expedition in 1910. 

iv. Bessie Logan, b. June 12, 1877; d. Oct. 19, 1880. 

V. Nano Jennie Gladden, b. Apr. 17, 1879. 

68S. OiCAB Frankun^ Lorino {Omar'^ GeofQ^^ WUr 
liam\ Nathaniel^ Thomat^^ Thanuu^, Thamaa^)^ bom at 
Duxbuiy August 21, 1853; married Marion M. Trenear, 
bom at St. Johns, Newfoundland; she died December 
31, 1882. 

Residence, Boston. He died January 19, 1913. 

Chad: 

Royden*, b. Aug. 25, 1877; m. Apr. 7, 1910, Qara E., dau. 
of Charles H. and Ellen F. (Emery) Reed, ». 34. 

636. Joshua* Lobino {George WJ, Joahiui^, WiUiam\ 
Nathaniel^ Thoma^, Thonuul^, Thamaa^)^ bom at Marsh- 
field, April 30, 1860; married at Boston November 15, 
1883, Hattie F., daughter of Gustavus H. and Sarah B. 
Smith, aged 22. 

Residence, Brighton. 

Children: 

i. Sarah May*, b. Feb. 3, 1886; m. Oct. 4, 1908, NeweU David 

Andrews, of Belmont, 
ii. Bentley Eldridge, b. Apr. 7, 1887; m. at Sdtuate Sept. 16, 

1909, Anna C, daughter of John J. and Catherine E. 

Henwood, of Boston, b. at White City, Kan. 
iii. Grace, b. Dec. 8, 1906. 

836. George William* Lobinq {George WJy Joshua^, 
William^ N(Uhaniel\ Thoma^, Th€ma8\ Thomaa^), bom 
at Marshfield October 8, 1863; married at. Boston June 
21, 1893, Ella, daughter of Thomas and Amanda Hallett. 

He became a florist at Marshfield. 



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Children: 

i. John Alden*, b. July 13, 1894. 

ii. Margaret, b. Apr. 9, 1896. 

iii. Beatrice, b. Dec. 13, 1897. 

iv. Mansfield, b. Jan. 24, 1902. 

v. Priadlla, b. Dec. 6, 1906. 



637. IcHABOD Thomas* Lorino (Ictuxbad ii.^ Samuel^, 
WiUiam\ Nathaniel^, Thama^, Thama^y Thomas^), bom 
at Duxbury March 15, 1862; married April 8, 1880, Mary 
Elizabeth, daughter of George C. and Hannah Barker, 
aged 27; she died May 9, 1886. 

Child: 

Mimne Bunmer*, b. JaiL 30, 1883. 

638. Arthur H.' Lorinq {Benjamin DJ, Samuel^, 
Wmiam^f Nathaniel^ Thomas*, ThomM^ Thomas^), bom 
at Charlestown August 21, 1858; married June 1, 1889, 
Mrs. Mary £. (Lewis) Davis, born at Belfast, Me. 

He died at Duxbury September 24, 1890. 

639. Walter Scott* Loring {Benjamin DJ, Samuel^, 
William^, Nathaniel^ Thama^j Thomas^ Thomas^), bom 
at Charlestown February 28, 1867; married at Plymouth 
September 6, 1891, Hattie M., dau^^ter of William H. and 
Annie Carpenter, aged 22, bom at Taunton. 

ChHd: 

Albert S.*, b. at New Bedford October 31, 1892. 

640. Benjamin Delano^ Lorino {Benjamin DJ, 
SamueP, William^, Nathaniel* ^Thoma^f Thomas^, Thomas^), 
bom at Charlestown February 22, 1871; married 
at Kingston Sept^iber 25, 1898, Aimie B., daughter of 
Horace L. and Ella (Cook) Loring, bom July 20, 1876. 
Residence, Plymouth; is a watchmaker and dealer in 
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Children: 

i. Bernard Delano*, b. Aug. 2, 1902. 
ii. Charlee Lester, b. Mar. 2, 1906. 
lii. Marjorie, b. Oct. 16, 1908. 

Ml. Samuel Alden^ Lorino (Isaac DJ, Samuel^, 
WiUiam^y NaihanieVy Thoma^, Th(mas\ Thomas^), bom 
at Boston April 1, 1860; married January 6, 1884, Lucy 
F., daughter of Paul and Margaret Folger, aged 21. 

Children: 

877. i. Henry Delano*, b. July 19, 1884. 

ii. Marion, b. Dec. 18, 1889; m. 1916, A. W. Wood. 

642. Henry J.^ Loring (Isaac DJ^ Samud^, WiUiam^ 
Nathaniel^ Thanuu^j Thamtu^, Thomas^)^ bom at Boston 
in 1866; married August 19, 1888, Alice, daughter of St. 
Clair and Ellen Simpson, aged 20; she died February 
26, 1901. 

He died December 31, 1906. 

ChUdren: 

i. AUce Almeda*, b. July 12, 1891; m. Apr. 12, 1911, Matthew 

T. Patterson, 
ii. Irene, b. Oct. 7, d. Oct. 17, 1893. . 
iii. Henry J., b. Dec. 4, 1894. 

643. Elibha Alden^ Loring (Eliaha BJ^ Alden^j 
WiUiam^, Nathaniel^ Thomas^, Th(mas\ ThcTna^)^ bom 
at Maiden October 25, 1842; married Febmary 16, 1876, 
Ellen Hayward, daughter of David and Caroline A. 
Chaplin, of Cambridgeport, aged 27 years. 

He died at Everett January 1, 1916. 

Children: 

i. Alden Chaplin^ b, in 1887; m. at Cambridge Sept. 18, 1911, 
Florence Louise, dau. of Henry M. and Ma^ H. (Carr) 
Pratt, ». 22. 

ii. Grace Everett, b. June 12, 1888. 

644. Francis Minot* Loring (Eliaha B.^ Alden^y 
WiUiam^, Nathaniel*, Thoma^, Thomas^ , Thomas^), born 



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at Maiden June 6, 1844; niarried August 27, 1874, Laura 
A., daughter of Cyrus E. and Sarah B. Ghadboume, 
aged 30. 
A druggist in Boston. 

Children: 

i. Frank Aubrey*, b. June 16, 1875; d. Oct. 27, 1877. 

ii. Louis Creighton, b. Sept. 16, 1877. 

iii. Ralph Briggs, b. Mar. 15, 1879; m. Oct. 24, 1910, Hattie 

F. NoweU. 

iv. Emily M., b. in 1881 ; m. Oct. 20, 1904, Joseph Andrews. 

V. Guy D., b. Mar. 18, d. Nov. 15, 1884. 

vi. Howard D. (twin), b. Mar. 18, d. Nov. 13, 1884. 

646. William Bernard^ Lorino {Ouatanua'^j Alden^, 
WiUiam^y Nathaniel^ Thanuu^, Thatruu^, Thomas^), bom 
at Readmg April 18, 1853; married April 30, 1879, Eunice 
A., daughter of Vniliam H. and Eunice J. Smith, aged 25; 
she died August 2, 1883. 

Children: 

878. i. Gustavus Smith^ b. Mar. 11, 1880. 

ii. Ruby May, b. May 19, 1881 ; d. Jan. 21, 1882. 
iii. Walter, b. Apr. 9, d. Apr. 21, 1883. 

647. Lawrence Bertram^ Loring (OustavM''^ Alden^, 
WiUiam\ Nathanid\ ThomcuF, Thama^, Thtmuuf), bom 
at Reading June 29, 1857; married Nellie Louise, daughter 
of William and Louise (Rich) Higgins, of Boston; she died 
at Winthrop December 6, 1906, aged 45 years, 1 month 
and 17 days. 

He is assistant manager of the New England News- 
paper Union of Boston; lives at Reading. 

Children: 

879. i. Bertram C.*, b. Sept. 10, 1882. 
ii. William Horace, b. July 11, 1885. 

648. Charles Albert* Lorino {Qustavwi'^ Alden^, 
WiUianf, Nathaniel^ Thomas^, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom 



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at Reading October 20, 1863; married April 27, 1892, 
Ella L. Young, bom at Bangor, Me. 

He is manager of the New England Newspaper Union 
of Boston. 

Residence, Reading. 

Children: 

i. KimbaU', b. Jan. 12, 1894. 
ii. John Alden, b. Feb. 29, 1896. 



649. Richard Fenwood^ Loring (fiustavus^, Alden^, 
WiUiam^y Nathaniel^ Thonuu?^ Thomas^ Thomas^), bom 
at Reading March 20, 1869; married at Bath, Me., March 
9, 1898, Ada May, daughter of Obadiah W. and Abbie F. 
(Mitchell) Norton of Bath, Me. 

He is associated with his brothers in the newspaper 
business. Lives at Reading. 

Child: 

Miriam', b. Mar. 21, 1904. 

660. Edwin Forrest* Lorino {Bernard', Alden\ Wilr 
liawfj Nathaniel^, Thoma^f Thomas*, Thomas^), bom at 
Pembroke February 28, 1860; married at Duxbury March 
8, 1892, Mrs. Phebe A. Cornell. 

He married second, Sarah J. Thomas, bom December 
25, 1874, daughter of John Owen and EUzabeth C. 
(Williams) Thomas, who were bom in Wales and married 
in Little Gap, Pa. A mason contractor. In 1889 he 
had charge of building the top of the Standish monument 
at Duxbury. In 1905 resided at Millbrook. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth', b. at Duxbury May 10, 1904. 

ii. Gladys, b. May 15, 1905. 

iii. Franklin Thomas, b. Apr. 28, 1906. 

iv. Edwin Ellis, b. May 8, 1908. 

v. Donald, b. Oct. 27, 1911. 

▼i. Ronald (twin), b. Oct. 27, 1911. 



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851. Bernard Franklin* Lorino (Bernard'^ Alden\ 
WiUiam^, Nathaniel^ ThomaeF, Thomat^y Thomas% bom 
at Pembroke April 4, 1862; married January 3, 1883, 
Hattie Ford. 

He was a fish dealer at Pembroke. 

He died April 9, 1909. 

Children: 

i. Frank Merton*, b. Feb. 14, d. Sept. 28, 1886. 

ii. Edwin Forrest (twin), b. Feb. 14, d. Dec. 26, 1886. 

662. John Alden* Lorino (Bernard' ^ Alden^^ William^, 
Nathaniel^ Thomas^, Thomaa^f Thomas^), bom at Pem- 
broke August 28, 1864; married July 1, 1890, Belle C, 
daughter of Amaziah and Olive M. Woods, of Unity, 
Me. 

He is a plumber; resided at Everett till 1889, when he 
removed to Hanover (MassOi where was superintendent 
of the water department and chief engineer of the fire 
department, beside carrying on his regular business. 
Later they removed to his wife's old home and carried 
on the farm. 

Children: 

i. Lillian Drake', b. June 13, 1892. 
ii. John Alden, b. Dec. 18, 1896. 
iii. lioyd Hilton, b. July 8, 1902. 

663. John Osgood* Loring (Isaac 0.^ Bailej^, WUr 
liam^y Nathaniel^ Thoma^, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at 
Andover January 18, 1866; married at Brac^ord Jime 
6, 1893, Bertha M., daughter of Charles L. and Josephine 
H. (Knight) Bly, aged 20. 

Children: 

i. John Alden*, b. Feb. 4, 1895. 
ii. Mary, b. Jan. 3, 1900. 

664. Edward Dblos* Loring (Edward S.^ NathanieP, 
Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^ Thomas^y Thomas^ Thomas^), 



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bom at Pembroke February 25, 1831 ; married at Charles- 
town April 28, 1857, Mary Ellen, daughter of Oliver D. 
and Fanny Lord, who died October 7, 1908. 

He offered himself for service in the Civil War, but was 
counted not vigorous enough for a soldier; yet is living in 
1917; and has done a good life work as an upright citizen 
and a fine brick mason. 

Residence, Somerville. 

ChHd: 

Fanny Isabel*, b. July 29, 1868. 

6B6. JosKPH Bela^ Lobing {Joseph SJ^ Nathanid\ 
Nathaniel*, Nathaniel^ Thcma^, Thomat^, Thomas^), 
bom at Stoughton January 1, 1838; married first, at 
Pembroke May 6, 1866, Haimab Baker, daughter of 
Baker and Deborah (Cox) Jones, aged 24; she died June 
7, 1872. He married second, Jime 29, 1873, Anna, 
daughter of S. H. and Deborah Tilden (Colman) Little, 
of Pembroke, bom at Scituate October 4, 1852. 

He died at Hanson August 14, 1889. 

Children: 
i. Mabel Hayward*, b. May 23, 1871; m. Dec. 19, 1888, 

Sfunuel Irving Perry, of Hanaon. 
ii. Haael Ashley, b. Sept. 15, 1882; m. at Hanaon Oct« 20, 
1907, Alb^ L. Cook, (XHiduotor, b. at North Abington. 

666. Morton Msigs' Lorino {Joseph SJ, NathanieV, 
Nathaniel^ Nathaniel^ Thomat^, Thomas^, Thomas^), 
bom at Pembroke October 18, 1842; married October 
10, 1878, Ruth £. Rockwell; she survived him, and mar« 
ried Aurelius Whitney- 
He served in the 4th Massachusetts Volunteer In* 
fantry; was taken prisoner near New Orleans, La. After 
exchange he re-enlisted in the heavy artillery, and 
served at Marblehead. 

He was a carriage maker; lived at Whitman; he died 
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687. Elmbr^ Losing (Joseph 5.', Nathandd^, Nathanie?^ 
Nathaniel^ Thonuu^y Thoma^y Thanuu^)^ bom at Pem- 
broke September 13, 1854; married April 15, 1880, Cora 
C. Thompson. 

He is in the leather business in Brockton. 

Children: 

881. i. Elmer Percy*, b. Oct. 25, 1880. 
ii. Caii Clifton, b. July 2, 1882. 

668. Habrison^ Lorino {Harriaan'j SamuePy SamueP, 
Benjamin^y Thama^f Thama^, Thama8^)y bom at Boston 
May 16, 1868; mamed October 20, 1892, Clara, daughter 
of Theodore Melville and Carrie Louise (Lincoln) Plimp- 
ton, bom January 24, 1871. 

He is a mechanical engineer; treasurer of the R. S. 
Brine Transportation Company, of Boston, who do all 
sorts of teaming, transportation, erecting machinery, 
etc., in Boston, New York and elsewhere. He resides 
in Boston. 

Children: 
i. Evelyn*, b. Oct. 29, 1893. 
iL Theodore Plimpton, b. Nov. 1, 1894. 

609. Atherton^ Loring {Harrisan'y SamuePf Samvsl\ 
Benjamin^, Thomat^, Thamas^j Thomas^)^ bom at Boston 
August 10, 1869; married at Cambric^e May 1, 1893, 
Anna Gertmde, daughter of John S. and Sarah L. (Pratt) 
Sawyer, bom August 8, 1870. 

He was graduated at the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology. Has been a mechanical engineer; later vice- 
president of the Library Bureau of Boston and Cam- 
bridge, the most ^tensive supplier of library essentials 
in the country. 

He resides in Brookline. 

Children: 

i. Atherton», b. Nov. 6, 1900. 

ii. Sarah, b. Aug. 27, 1902; d. Dec. 17, 1903. 

Hi. Anna, b. May 13, 1906. 



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MO. Robbbt' Lobino {Harrwm'j SamueVj Samuefi, 
Benjamin\ Thomat^j Thomas^, Thomas^)^ bom at Boston 
March 19, 1872; married October 14, IWSj Anna, daughter 
of Senator Robert Mackay, bom December 25, 1880. 

He was graduated at the Massachusetts Institute of 
Technology; is the representative of the R. Hoe Press 
Company at Montreal, Canada. 

661. Fbbxican Allbn^ Lobino (Judah', Jamet^j 
Daniel^y Bef^annn\ Thonuu^j Thamas^, Thomu^)^ bom 
at Medford May 10, 1837; married December 15, 1862, 
Sarah Olive, daughter of Lewis and Laura (Bond) Wash- 
bum, bom in 1843. 

He served in the 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry 
in April, 1861, in the North Carolina campaign and in 
Maryland. After the war he was a leather merchant in 
Boston, with tannery at North Winchester. 

He resided at Medford; was a town officer. 

He died September 14, 1900. Mrs. Loring resides in 
Cambridge. 

Children: 

i. Laura Wood*, b. Jsn. 26, 1864; d. Deo. 11, 1877. 
ii. Beane, b. July 12, 1866; m. Jan. 18, 1894, Theodore F. 
Thieme of Fort Wayne, Ind. 
Child: 

Wayne Loring Thieme, b. Dec. 19, 1898; a student in 
Harv. Univ. 
882. iu. Clifton, b. Sept. 10, 1879. 

663. Aldbn Porteb^ Lorinq (Bamabas T.^, James^, 
Daniel^ y Benjamin^ Thanuu^f Thoma^j Thomas^) , bom at 
Dorchester January 12, 1846; married June 13, 1878, 
Alice M., daughter of Alverdo and Sarah M. Mason, 
bom at Braintree, died at Quincy July 10, 1878, aged 23 
years, 4 months and 5 days. 

He married second Julia T. Condon. 

He was graduated at Harvard University in the class of 
1869; was admitted to Suffolk bar in 1872, and entered 
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was stroke oar in a famous intfsrcollogiate race on the 
Thames, in England m 1869. 
He removed to Lincohii Neb. 

Children: 

L Alice Porter*, b. Oct. 1, 1885; m. at Boston Sept. 16, 1913, 

Grant H. Farwell, of Boston, a native of Dorset, Vt. 
ii. Nathaniel Thayer. 

664. Richard Freeman' Loring {Barnabas TJ, 
Jame^y DaniePy Benjamin^ Thorruu^, Thama^y Thoma^), 
bom at Dorchester July 12, 1848; married at Maiden June 
5, 1880, Mrs. Anna J. (Herrick) Bums, who outlived 
him and died November 8, 1901. 

He died September 20, 1897. 

666. George B.' Loring (.Samuel C.^ Judah*, DanieP, 
Benjamin^ Thama^f Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Braintree 
September 21, 1869; married Iva Hyland, bom at Scituate. 

He learned the machinist's trade. Residence, Brain- 
tree. 

Children: 
i. Florence Gertrude', b. Apr. 4, 1900. 
li. Georgiana May, b. May 20, d. Sept. 1, 1901. 

668. Isaac' Loring (Pyam', Jonathan^ Jab&f^ Sdo- 
man\ DavuP^ Thomas^, Thomaa^)^ bom at Hingham April 
13, 1831; married at Taunton August 17, 1852, Harriet 
A., daughter of Isaac Spear. 

He was a brittania worker; resided at Taunton. He 
died in February, 1886. 

Children: 
i. Harriet Elisabeth*, b. May 28, d. Sept. 25, 1857. 
ii. Edward Francis, b. Nov. 18, 1859; d. Oct. 25, 1809. 
iii. Anna A., b. Oct. 30, 1870. 

676. Samuel* Lorino {Samvel W.\ Job^, /ob*, SaUh 
iiumS DavitP, Thomas^ Thamaa^)^ bom at Hingham 
November 12, 1835; married at South Scituate October 



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2f 1859, Eunice A., daughter of Joseph and Lydia Poconey, 
bom at Hanover; she died May 4, 1908. 
He lived at Scituate. He died February 13, 1902. 

Children: 

i. Inez A.*, b. Nov. 27, i860; m. Jan. 24, 1878, Rufus H. Binney . 
ii. John L., b. Jan. 5, 1864; d. Sept. 25, 1877. 
iii. Eunice White, b. Feb, 27, 1868. 

676. Pbtbr^ Lorino {Samuel W.\ Jdb^, Joi^, SoUh 
in<m\ DaviiP, Thoma^j Thomas^) ^ bom at Hinghmn No- 
vember 6, 1837; married November 4, 1866, Radiel 
Gushing Loring, daughter of Joseph and Jane (Loveli) 
Pope, bom April 23, 1846. 

He was a farmer at Hingham. Served during the War 
of the Rebellion in the Union army. 
He died December 13, 1897. 

Children: 

883. i. Webster LoveU*, b. Mar. 21, 1867. 

ii. Arthur Weston, b. Oct. 6, 1860. 

iii. Ernest Linwood, b. June 10, 1874; m. at Rockland Sept. 
7, 1808, Maria A., dau. of George B. and Maria A. (Whit- 
ing) Gardner. 

iv. Benjamin Harrison, b. June 25, 1888. 

677. John* Lorinq {Samuel T^.^ Jdb^, Job^, Solomon^ 
Davi^f Thomat^^ Thomas^) ^ bom at Hingham June 19, 
1842; married first June 5, 1864, Mary Abby, daughter 
of Wilson and Abigail (French) Hersey, who died January 
2, 1870. He married second, Februaiy 13, 1873, Lucy 
Maria, daughter of Warren and Margaret Thayer, 
aged 30. 

He resided at Weymouth. He died February 23, 1908. 

Children: 

i. Frank Linwood', b. Nov. 14, 1865; d. Sept. 8, 1866. 

886. ii. Fred Lincoln (or Lester), b. Sept. 27, 1869. 

iii. Charles Souther, b. June 27, 1873. 

iv. Mary W., b. in 1875; m. Aug. 20, 1908, Herbert F. Holmes. 

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STB. iBRiLSL* LoRma {Samuel WJ, Job^, Jdb^, Solo- 
mon^y DavuPf Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Hingham 
October 25, 1845; married Sophia, daughter of Ellis and 
Julia A. (Wooley) Bodge, bom at Wejrmouth, died there 
April 23, 1911, aged 69 years, 7 months and 17 days. 

He died at East Weymouth July 17, 1910. 

679. Jahes Lewis* Loring {Samud WJj Jch^, Job^, 
Solomon^ DavuP^ Thomae^j Thomaa^)^ bom at Hingham 
November 14, 1848; married first, December 21, 1871, 
Angelia Laws, of Claiemont, N. H.; she died May 6, 
1880, aged 42. He married second, August 27, 1882, 
Sarah E., daughter of Bela and Sarah W. (Gushing) 
Hobart. 

He resided at Hingham; he died May 3, 1903. 

Children: 

886. i. Mason LawsS b. Oct. 20, 1872. 
ii. Melinda, b. Aug. 31, 1876. 

680. Edwin Lincoln* Lobino {Samuel 1F.^ /<*•, 
Jc¥, Solomon^ Davi^y Thoma^y Thomas^), bom at 
Hingham April 13, 1852; married May 2, 1873, Mary 
L. Swan. 

Residence, Hingham. 

Children: 

i. Lixrie Blanchard*, b. Aug. 29, 1880. 
ii. Jennie Lincoln, b. Jan. 22, 1885; d. umn. at NorweU May 
13,1906. 

887. iii. John LawBon, b. Apr. 19, 1887. 
iv. Willie Weston, b. Oct. 31, 1889. 

681. Mblatiah* Loring (Jo6^, Jch\ Jo6*, Solomon^ 
Davids y Thomas^y Thomas^), bom at Boston March 23, 
1837; married September 21, 1860, Sarah E., daughter 
of John and Elizabeth (Gushing) Pike, bom at Hing- 
ham in August, 1841, died March 30, 1912. 

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Children: 

888. i. Arthur Francis*, b. Aug. 30, 1861. 

889. ii. Henry Everett, b. June 21, 1866. 

682. Enos^ Loring {Enos\ Eliphalefi, Jcb^, Solomon^, 
Davi^f Thomas^, Thamaa^)^ bom at Hinj^iam October 29, 
1821; married August 31, 1845, Sophia T. A., daughter 
of George and Sophia Terena (Anderson) Humphrey, 
bom April 23, 1825, died July 7, 1895. 

He was a tinsmith and stove dealer at Hingham; he 
died September 16, 1908. 

Children: 

i. Jane linooln', b. July 21, 1846; m. Jan. 1, 1868, Henry 

Stephenson., 
ii. Ida Wallace, b. Apr. 3, 1851. 
iii. Eno6 Bradley, b. Apr. 14, 1853. 

890. iv. George Andmon, b. June 7, 1857. 

V. Alfred Hersey, b. Feb. 14, 1863; d. Sept. 4, 1864. 
vi. Harriet Atwood,b. Sept. 24, 1866. 

683. Alfred Herset^ Loring {Etm'y Eliphalefi, Job/^^ 
SoUmum^j Dati^y Thomas^ y Thomas^) , bom at Hingham 
April 6, 1825; married January 8, 1854, Sarah J., daugh- 
ter of David and Mary S. (Lapham) Gushing, bom in 
1833, died April 21, 1881. 

He died November 10, 1860. 

Child: 

liszie Gertrude*, b. Mar. 4, 1858; d. Apr. 18, 1869. 

684. JoHN« Loring {Enos''y Eliphalefi, Job^y Solomon^ 
Davi^y Thomas^, Thomas^)^ bom at Hingham November 
3, 1828; married November 22, 1860, Lucy Richardson, 
daughter of Caleb and Myra (Lincoln) Souther, aged 20. 

l^ey lived at Randolph and Mehose. He died August 
23, 1899. 

Chad: 

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686. Isaiah Wilder* Loring {Enoa'', Eliphalet^, Job^, 
Solomon^ Davids ^ Thomas^ ^ Tharnaa^), bom at Hingham 
November 10, 1832; married November 26, 1867, Lucy 
M., daughter of Joseph and Esther C. Jacobs, bom D^ 
cember 29, 1838. 

He served in the Union army in the War of the Rebel- 
lion. Was a tinsmith at Hingham Centre; removed to 
Colorado. 

Children: 

i. Ida Maria*, b. Nov. 5, 1858; m. Oct. 14, 1880, William C. 

Ehrmann, of Albany, N. Y. 
ii. Alma Lincoln, b. Apr. 12, d. Oct. 4, 1861. 
iii. Herbert Lincoln, b. Jan. 12, d. Aug. 31, 1863. 
iv. Joseph Jaoobe, b. Aug. 7, 1864. 
V. Frances Wentworth, b. Oct. 11, 1866. 
vi. Jane Richardaon, b. Sept. 10, 1868. 
vii. Helen, b. Jan. 27, 1872. 
viii. Florence, b. Feb. 11, 1878; d. at Denver, Col., in July, 

1879. 

686. Albert Bailey* Loring (Atterf , Eliphalefi, 
Job/^y Solamon^ David^^ Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Hing* 
ham April 14, 1840; married January 1, 1863, Emma L., 
daughter of Benjamin Hersey. 

He died June 12, 1880. 

Children: 

891. i. Alfied H.^ b. in 1866. 
ii. Benjamin, b. June 10, 1867. 
iii. laabella Minnie, b. Aug. 5, 1870; d. unm. Nov. 7, 1894. 

687. David Bailet> Lorino {AJberf, Eliphalefi, Job^, 
Solomon^j DavitP^ Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Hingham 
June 11, 1845; married June 20, 1872, Harriet E., daui^ter 
of Charles R. and Harriet C. Cook, who died at Boston 
June 13, 1884, aged 36 years, 3 months and 5 days. 

He died December 22, 1879. 

Children: 

L Charles Albe^t^ b. May 26, 1873; d. Mar. 31, 1881. 

ii. Harriet Gertrude, b. Oct. 26, 1875; d. Jan. 5, 1879. 

iii. A male child, b. Aug. 11, 1877. 

iv. Russell Allen, b. Feb. 13, 1879. 



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690. David H.« Lobiko {John?, Davids, Otuf, David\ 
DavUP, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Yannouth July 24, 
1812; married first, Lydia F. Rider, who died April 1, 
1856. He married second, at Boston March 5, 1857, 
Susan, daughter of Baxter Downes. 

He was a sea captain; master of a brig to St. Jago in 
1846. Resided at Middleborough. 

Children: 

i. David H.* 

ii. Mary Annah, b. Aug. 1, 1837. 



681. John* Lorino {John'j David^y Otul^, David\ 
Davi^j Thomaa^y Thamaa^)^ bom at Yarmoutii October 5, 
1820; married November 3, 1842, Hannah Crowell. 
She died October 2, 1898. 

Captain John Loring determined to carry religion into 
his own life and that of his ship's company. He shipped 
ofiKcers and crew with full understanding of his plan, 
and' secured harmony. Every morning in fine weather 
all assembled in the cabin and the Scriptures were read, 
a hymn sung and prayer offered. No profanity; respect 
for the Sabbath; care for each other's rights and all de- 
cencies prevailed. His ship was called ^^a floating 
Bethel." For thirty-seven years he sailed without stress 
of bread or water, never suffering any degree of ship- 
wreck, or a losing voyage. Record of the after life of those 
who had sailed with him showed good fruit of such a 
manner of life on shipboard, many of the men rising to 
excellent positions, prosperous and useful. Ck)ming home 
from Japan with a cargo of costly silks and tea, in the 
bark Ella Loring (largely owned by Captain Loring 
and his brothers), he was taken ill, and died at St. Helena, 
to which he had asked his son to take the ship. The 
people of the island were impressed with his saintly 
bearing and covered the bier with ferns and flowers. 

He ^'fell asleep" December 19, 1879, and was buried 
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Children: 

i. John Freeman', b. July 25, 1843; was drowned in Baas River 

in 1847. 
ii. Flaville, b. in 1846; d. in 1847. 
iii. Esther Coffin, b. Feb. 8, 1850; m. at Cambridge Feb. 14, 

1878, David Jay Richards, b. at Steuben, N. Y. Res. at 

Sierbom. 
Children: 

1. Augustus Loring Richards, b. Nov. 15, 1879; Hanr. 

Univ., A.B. 1903; LL.B. 1906. Lawyer in New 
York, in the firm of Hughes, Rounds, Schur- 
man db Dwight; m. May 3, 1908, Lillian Coughlin 
Brown. 

2. Esther Loring Richards, b. June 6, 1885; Mt. Hdyoke, 

A.B. 1910; Johns Hopkins, M.D. 1915; on staff 
of Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. 

892. iv. J<An Franklin, b. Feb. 21, 1863. 

893. V. Edward Wells, b» Mar. 10, 1855. 



Hiram* Loring {John'y Davids, OM, Davids, 
DaviiPf Thonuu^^ Thomas"^)^ bom at Yarmouth December 
24, 1821; married first, November 9, 1843, Sarah Crowell, 
of Dennis; she died August 17, 1894, aged 73 years, IS 
days. He married second, December 25, 1896, Olive K., 
daughter of Henry and Abbie (Kelly) Graves, aged 53| 
who died September 11, 1904. 

He was a sea capftain, having his home at West Dennis; 
he died there January 20, 1909. 

Children: 

L Sarah K.*, b. in 1846; m. Jan. 25, 1866, Joseph O. SmaDey. 
894. ii. ffiram D., b. in 1851. 



604. Oborgb H.< Lobino {John\ Davids, Otul^, Damd^, 
DawP, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth July 26, 
1834; married October 10, 1855, Elvira, dau^ter of 
Laban and Bethia (Crowell) Baker, of South Yarmouth; 
she died there June 21, 1906, aged 70 years, 9 months and 
21 days. 

He was a seafaring man* 



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Children: 

i. Ehner EOsworih*, b. Feb. 26, 1861 ; d. at sea in 1865. 

^. ii. GecN^ Edwin, b. Aug. 24, 1866. 

ill. lisne Thonuw, b. May 29, 1870; d. Jan. 26, 1876. 

iv. Cornelia Young, b. Oct. 11, 1873; d. Feb. 4, 1876. 



Thomab C* LoBmo {John', DavuF, OH^, David^, 
Davifi, Thomas^, Thoma^), bom at Yarmouth June 27, 
1837; married October 8, 1865, Lydia J., daughter of 
Isaac and RusiUa Gorham, aged 27. She survived him 
and married second, March 28, 1873, Hiram Chaplin. 

He died at sea on the passage homeward from Mobile, 
Ala., August 2, 1866. 

Child: 

Thomas William*, b. Aug. 22, 1866; d. Oct. 6, 1867. 

696. Edward O.' Lobino iElisha\ Damtf, OtuF, 
Davids, Davids, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Barnstable 
August 1, 1809; married Sarah (or Maty) Thatcher, of 
Dartmouth. 

He resided some years at New Bedford; removed to 
Provincetown. He died September 18, 1887. 

Children: 

i. Elisabeth*, b. in 1834; d. Mar. 19, 1865. 
ii. CharfeB, b. in 1836. 

697. EusHA* LoRiNO {Elisha', Davids, Oii^f David^, 
David^y Thama^y Thomas^), bom at Barnstable AprU 11, 
1812; married in November, 1832, Charlotte Buck. 

Resided at New Bedford and Hyannis. He died June 
6,1888. 

Children: 

i. Mary Thatcher*, b. Nov. 19, 1836; m. at Boston May 2, 

1858, Baniabas Baxter, of Yarmouth, seaman, m. 24. 
ii. Elisa A., b. Nov. 7, 1838; d. unm. Dec. 7, 1887. 
iii. Charlotte,b.inl847;m.Feb. 11, 1868, Nathan P. Lovell. 
iv. Edward 0.,b. Mar. 23, 1850; d. Apr. 10, 1905. 
V. Sarah 8., b. in 1852; m. Mar. 6, 1879, Frederidc Keith. 



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698. Joseph Grat^ Loring {Davids, Damdf^ Oti^f 
David\ DavidPj Thoma^^ Thomas^)^ bom at Barnstable 
November 9, 1814; married first Maria L., daughter 
of Jesse and Maria L. Bradford, bom at Plymouth in 
August, 1815, died at Harwich October 29, 1852. She was 
the mother of all his children. He married second, 
October 13, 1853, Sarah Elizabeth, dau^ter of Charles 
and Clarissa Cook, bom October, 16, 1820, died at Pror* 
idence, R. I., April 20, 1912. 

He died June 6, 1879. 

Children: 
i. Maria E.«,b. in 1838. 
ii. ElisaJ. 

iii. Abby A., m. Sept. 21, 1865, Edward F. Smith, mariner, 
iv. A son, b. at Harwich Nov. 30, 1849. 



h William Gray* Loring {David', Dawf, OtU^, 
David\ Davi^y Tkonuui^, Thomas^), bom at Barnstable 
December 15, 1816; married March 17, 1838, Mary, 
daughter of Greehom and Mary (Baker) Cutter, bom 
July 26, 1818, died September 22, 1895. 

He was a boat builder at Provincetown. 

He died October 6, 1895. 

Children: 

897. i. David Freeman*, b. July 28, 1839. 

898. ii. WiUiam Gray, b. Dec. 4, 1840. 

iii. Mary Evelyn, b. May 25, 1842; m. (1) Dec. 25, 1864, 
Thomas W. Hutchina. She m. (2) Dec. 1, 1874, Bamud 
Small. 
Children: 

1. George Albert Hutchina, b. Oct. 9, 1865; d. Sept. 15, 

1868. 

2. Evelyn Thomas Hutchins, b. July 28, 1869. 

3. Winifred Sherborne Small, b. Jan. 20, 1877; m. Oct. 

2, 1898, William Bangs Lewis, 
iv. Joan Freeman, b. Aug. 26, 1848; m. Nov. 21, 1869, William 
H.Herbolt. 
Chad: 

George Irving Herbolt, b. Oct. 20, 1877. 
V. Ella Frances, b. July 31, 1851; m. Aug. 23, 1869, Jonah 
Newoomb, mariner. 



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1. Mdisaa Newoomb, b. July 13, 1872; m. May 26, 1890, 

Augustus Rich. 

2. Mary Newcomb, b. Oct. 19, 1873; m. July 13, 1891, 

Antone Joseph Saver. He d. July 26, 1911. 
vi. Eugene Walter, b. Aug. 2, 1862 ; d. May 5, 1855. 
vii. Eugene Walter, b. June 25, 1855; res. at Newport, R. I.; 

captam of steamer Herman 8, Caswell; pilot for that 

section, 
viii. George Albert, b. Nov. 6, 1859; d. July 21, 1860. 

700. Eleazeb^ Lobing {David' ^ DavicPy Oti^y David\ 
Davi^f Thama^y Thomas^), bom at Barnstable Septem- 
ber 21, 1821; married first, at Yarmouth December 13, 
1848, Eliza T., daughter of Levi and Data Baker, aged 19. 
He married second, at Harwich March 3, 1853, Phebe T., 
daughter of Hiram and Bathsheba Whittemore, of Dennis, 
aged 18; she died at Chelsea February 27, 1876. He 
married third, at Melrose September 3, 1876, Jessie Mur- 
ray, bom in Nova Scotia. 

He was a boat builder in Hyannis and Boston. He 
died at Mekose February 18, 1889. 

Children: 

i. Mdora*, b. in 1854; m. Nov. 25, 1874, Shapleigh P. Glover, 
b. at Lee, N. H. 

899. ii. Horace D., b. Jan. 4, 1856. 
iii. A Bon, b. Sept. 4, 1858. 

iv. Flavilla, b. Oct. 3, d. Oct. 5, 1860. 

V. Winifced, b. June 24, 1864; m. May 14, 1883, Edward G. 

Chandler, 
vi. Eleaser Frank Ellsworth, b. July 24, 1869; d. Apr. 6, 1883. 
vu. Ida M. T., b. Feb. 26, 1876. 
viii. Florence Elisabeth, b. Feb. 14, 1879; d. Mar. 21, 1883. 

900. ix. Chester Kingrford, b. Oct. 31, 1881. 

X. Arthur Stewart, b. Jan. 19, 1884; d. Aug. 31, 1885. 

701. George^ Loring {DavidP, Davids, Otu^, Damd\ 
David^y Thomas^ Thomas^)y bom at Barnstable Febru- 
ary 24, 1824; married Harriet Abba Stoodley, bom at 
Portsmouth, N. H. 

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until about 1897, when he removed to South Boston. 
For many years commander of the U. S. S. ReBoltUe^ 
a tugboat running in Boston Harbor; had a very wide 
acquaintance, especially with officers of the army and 
navy. He died July 12, 1908. 

Children: 

i. Harriet Elisabeth*, b. Sept. 2, 1846; m. Albert E. Bennett, 

of Springfield, 
ii. Caroline Augusta, b. Feb. 1, 1849; m. Jan. 24, 1872, Edwin 

A. Lawley, of Boston. 

901. iii. Georg^ FuUington, b. Mar. 18, 1851. 

iv. Adelaide Moriarty, b. Dec. 31, 1853; m. June 5, 1872, W. 
F.Wade,ofWdbum. 

902. V. YnWi» RosweH, b. Feb. 12, 1861. 



702. Thachbr^ Lobinq {Elisha ^.^ Edioard^, OtUf, 
David^y DavuPf Thcmof^y ThQmfuf)^ bom at Boston May 
18, 1842; married there September 6, 1870, Margaret 
Fuller, daughter of William EUery and Ellen E. (Fuller) 
Channing, bom at Concord May 23, 1844. 

Agent of the National Dock and Warehouse Company, 
Boston. Residence, Brookline. 

Children: 

903. i. lindsley*, b. June 28, 1871. 

ii. Alice, b. June 13, 1874; m. June 1, 1897, Dr. WilliAm L. 

Edwards, 
iii. Marjorie Channing, b. Feb. 25, 1877. 

904. iv. Thacher, b. Feb. 25, 1879. 

703. Charles Wing* Lobino {Elisha T.\ Edw€ar<f, 
Otia*, David^y DavidPy Thanuu^, Thomas^), born at Barn- 
stable in 1846; married at Boston September 23, 1873, 
Harriet F., daughter of Raymond and Hannah Cole, 
aged 26; she died May 27, 1901. 

He died at Newton October 7, 1907. 

Child: 

Edward (H]S^ b. Aug. 2, 1888. 



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706. Eluah Linnell* Lobino (ElijahJj EUdM, Alh 
ner*^ David^^ Davidf^ Thcma^^ Thomas^)^ bom at Barn- 
stable November 27, 1843; married December 30, 1866, 
Cora Leslie, daughter of Philip and Temperance B. 
(Ames) Howes; she died November 27, 1911, aged 67 
years, 7 months and 27 days. 

He lived at Barnstable. He died February 14, 1909. 

Child: 

Cora M.\ b. Oct. 6, 1807; d. Oct. 9, 1S71. 

706. Henbt F.« Lorino (Eliphalet^ Elijah^ Abner*, 
Davids, Dauid^, Thomof^^ Thcma^)^ bom at Barnstable 
October 14, 1831; married December 3, 1867, Eliza A. 
Whitman; she died November 27, 1886. 

He died at Barnstable December 14, 1891. 

ChUd: 
905. Frank W.*, b. Dec. 4, 1872. 

707. Jonathan T.® Louno (Janaihan'j Jacobs, Igna- 
Htu^y Ignatitul*, Cale¥y Thdmaa^y Thamcui^)^ bom at Brain- 
tree March 30, 1815; married Margaret Brown, daughter 
of Joel and Mehitabel (Ide) Briggs, bom at Littleton, 
N. H., died at Canton, Mass., September 25, 1886, aged 
62 years, 11 months and 9 days. 

He died at Taunton Decemb^ 26, 1890. 

Children: 

i. Josephine*, b. Feb. 28, 1842. 

ii. Maigaret, b. and d. Aug. 27, 1843. 

iii. Maigaretta B., b. in 1844; m. Mar. 1, 1868, Robert Adams, 

iv. Patience E., b. in 1846; m. Jan. 9, 1869, Charles Fisher. 

V. Amanda, b. at Canton May 22, 1854. 

vi. Eleanor W., b. Nov. 10, 1859; d. Mar. 18, 1869. 

709. Ltman Axjoustus* Lokno {Alman //, Levi*, 
IgnatiiM^j Ignatiu^j CaleV^ Thomas^, Thomas^) ^ bom at 
Copake, N. Y., in A-ugust, 1827; married Emiice A., daugh- 
ter of Ralph and Aurelia Foote, bom at Colchester, Conn., 
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Residence, Great Barrington. He died March 16, 
1806. 

Children: 

i. Ck>ra A.^ b. Jan. 26, 1855. 
• ii. Sarah C, b. Oct. 12, 1856. 

710. Almon R.^ Loring {Almon /.^ Lew*, Ignatius^^ 
Ignalius^^ CdUVj Thomcu^, Thamas^)^ bom at Great 
Barrington in 1833; married November 16, 1859, Pamelia, 
daughter of Edwin and Christiana Reasoner, bom at 
Egremont in 1833, died June 30, 1862. 

Child: 

Mary Elizabeth*, b. Sept. 2, I860. 

711. MiNOB N-^ LoRiNO (Afiwor^, Isaac^^ Ignatius^^ 
Ignatius^ CaW, Thomas, Thomas^), bom at Sheffield; 
married Mary Bartholomew. 

Children: 

i. Grover M.*, b. Apr. 3, 1863; m. at Springfield Jan. 2, 1891, 

VidaTflton. 
ii. Caroline, b. July 20, 1864. 
iii. Bertha, b. in 1860; d. Aug. 4, 1873. 

712. Geobge Kellogg^ Loung (Oiles A.^ laacu^, 
Ignatiiu^j Ignatius ^ CdUVj Thomas ^ Thomtuf)^ bom at 
Sheffield April 6, 1833; married October 21, 1858, Harriet 
H. Hackenbiurg. He resided at White Pigeon, Mich., 
1857-82; removed to North Dakota; in 1894 to Boston. 

He died August 21, 1905. 

Children: 

906. i. William H.*, b. in 1871. 

ii. Qraoe, b. in 1874; m. at Boston Mar. 80, 1905, Wilfiam A. 
Baswtt. 

718. James B.^ Loring {Chester A.^ Imtufij Ignatitu^, 
Ignatius^ Calebs, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at Sheffield 



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in 1844; married September 7, 1864, Mary Catherine, 
daughter of Daniel and Margaret Johns. 
He lived at Dalton. He died May 10, 1876. 

Children: 

907. i. Benjamin FrankIm^ b. Dec. 28, 1867. 

ii. Bradford, b. Apr. 20, 1870. 

iii. Blansche, b. May 7, 1871. 

iv. Burma Ann, b. Feb. 15, 1874. 

V. George W., b. Feb. 22, d. Mar. 6, 1876. 



714. Frank^ Lobing {Adaniram JJ, Jame^^ Jame^, 
John*, CaleV, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at North Bridge- 
water April 9, 1853; married at Brockton May 5, 1895, 
Amanda E., daughter of James and Eliza A. (Jones) 
Huckins, of Lubec, Me., aged 35. 

He is a shoe dealer at Brockton. 

Child: 

Ruth Frances*, b. Apr. 23, 1896. 

715. Dexteb H.^ Loung {Simeon WJ, Thomas^, 
Nathaniel r.», John*, CaleV, Thomcu^, Thomas^), bom at 
Blandford; married March 30, 1870, Ellen E. Watson. 

Residence, North Blandford. 

Children: 

i. Jane L.*, b. Sept. 25, 1871 ; d. Sept. 29, 1872. 

ii. George D., b. Aug. 6, 1873; d. unm. Aug. 22, 1915. 

iii. May, b. July 1, 1875. 

iv. Thedie F., b. Aug. 18, 1878; d. July 31, 1880. 

716. THOiiAS Augustine^ Lobing {AtkgwHne LJ, 
Thoma^, Nathaniel r.», John\ CaleV, Thomas^ Thomas'), 
bom at Oakham December 24, 1827; married April 11, 
1855, Caroline M., daughter of Elijah and Mary M. 
(Goodell) Dean, bom in 1836, died at New Braintree, 
October 28, 1886. 

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Children: 

i. Minerva E.», b. Feb: 3, 1856; d. Apr. 26, 1863. 

ii. Mary A., b. Aug. 31, 1858; d. May 29, 1863. 

iii. Herbert B.,b. Sept. 4, 1864; d. Mar. 22, 1869. 

iv. Chester GoodeU, b. Apr. 30, 1868. 

V. Vivian, b. Apr. 7, 1870; d. Mar. 2, 1878. 

vi. Walter Moore, b. Apr. 17, 1872. 

vii. Oscar Thomas, b. Mar. 15, 1877. 

717. Abthxjr Lucius* Loring {Augustine L.^ Thomas^ ^ 
Nathaniel T.*, John\ CaleV, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at 
Oakham September 26, 1846; married November 20, 
1873, Lizzie A., daughter of Jasper and Elizabeth B. 
Morse. 

Residence, Oakham. He died February 7, 1896. 

Children: 

i. Martha Jane', b. June 16, 1877. 

ii. Ason,b.Oct. 14, 1880. 

iii. Harvey Raymond, b. Mar. 17, 1886; m. at Worcester Mar. 

19, 1906, Delia Viola, dau. of Edward and Mary (Temple) 

Warner, e. 23. 
iv. Alioe Morse, b. Apr. 15, 1889 ; m. Apr. 17, 1909, Bert Stewart 

IVumble, b. at Palmer. 

718. Geobgb Washinqton^ Lobing (Luciw P.^, 
DanieP, Nathaniel T.*, John\ Cale¥, Thomat^, Thamae^), 
bom at Sumter, S. C, September 24, 1852; married 
Nessfield Green, of Wilmington, N. C. 

R^des at Orange Park, Fla. 

Children: 
i. Carrie C.*,b. Apr. 8, 1882; d. Aug. 21, 1890. 
ii. Mary Lucius, b. Oct. 29, 1885; d. July 13, 1886. 
iii. David Worth, b. Nov. 20, 1887. 
iv. Dorothy Nessfield, b. Feb. 20, d. Sept. 29, 1894. 

719. Augustus Barnabas^ Loring (Gcorj^c^, Friend^^ 
EzekUVy Thomas^ CaleV, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at 
North Bridgewater September 15, 1840; married Septem- 
ber 23, 1861, Martha Cowell, daughter of Charles B. and 
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He was a Union soldier in 1861, afterward a merchant 
in Brockton; a popular and liberal man. 
He died at Taunton hospital June 16, 1905. 

Children: 
910. i. George Walter*, b. Mar. 17, 1865. 

ii. Gertrude Marion, b. Apr. 11, 1869; d. Feb. 26, 1889. 
iii. Horace Edmund, b. Nov. 4, 1871 ; d. July 26, 1872. 
iv. Emeet Maloom, b. in 1874; d. Aug. 21, 1875. 
V. Beatrice, b. Nov. 14, 1879; m. Sept. 5, 1898, Tt;arren Atwood. 
Children: 

1. Loring Howard Atwood, b. Jan. 28, 1900. 

2. Charles Carlton Atwood, b. Dec. 7, 1900. 

720. John Plummeb^ Lorino (Seth LJ, Ezekiel^^ 
EzekieP, Thonuu^, Calebs, Thoma^, Thomas^), bom at 
Marshfield April 13, 1834; married August 13, 1857, 
Mary Frances, daughter of Francis Simonds, bom 
February 7, 1837. 

He lived at Charlestown from his boyhood. Was in 
dry goods business in Boston some years; was afterward 
connected with the paving firm of John Turner & Co.; 
was in city office a good deal. He was prominent in 
fraternities, the Odd Fellows, the Patriarchs Militant and 
the Free Masons, in which he attained the highest degree. 

He died June 4, 1902. 

Children: 

911. i. Charles Thomas', b. Apr. 22, 1869. 

ii. Carrie Cuahman, b. July 10, 1861; m. Jan. 29, 1890, Mel- 
ville Erskine Munro, of Medford. 
Children: 

1. Earl Bartlett Munro, b. Oct. 31, 1890. 

2. Leon Plummer Munro, b. Jan. 14, 1893. 

3. Loring Cuahman Munro, b. July 5, 1898. 
iii. Eva Frances, b. Apr. 26, 1863; d. July 17, 1865. 
iv. John Lewis, b. Apr. 6, d. Dec. 23, 1866. 

912. V. Robert Bartlett, b. June 13, 1868. 

vi. Freddie Plummer, b. in June, d. July 26, 1871. 

721. Stetson* Loring (Cafo6^ WiUiam*, WiXUam^, 
ThamM*, CaUb^, Thoma^, Thamaa^), bom at North 
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He lived in his native town; he died about 1880. 

Children: 

i. William*, 
ii. EUa. 
iii. Addie. 

722. John Milton* Loring {Seih"^, WiUiam^, WiUiam^ 
Thama^, Caleh\ Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at Turner, 
Me-, October 24, 1847; married November 22, 1875, 
Justinia B. Mower. 

He was for a time a shoe manufacturer at Auburn, 
Me.; then removed to Portland, Me., and was in the milk 
business. 

Children: 

i. Edith Marie». 
ii. Seth Arthur, 
iii. Daisy Alice. 

723. Isaac Nbwton^ Loring {Seih\ WiUiam\ Wil* 
liam^, Thomai^, CaleV, fhanuu^, Thomas^), bom at 
Turner, Me. (twin with John Milton), October 24, 1847; 
married Carrie E. Drake, of Auburn, Me. 

He is a shoemaker at Auburn, Me. 

Children: 

i. Blanche G.*, b. Aug. 4, 1879. 
ii. Charles P., b. in April, 1882. 

iii. Fred Milton, b. Aug. 4, 1884; m. Abbie Watson, of Turner, 
Me. He is a milk dealer in Portland, Me. 

724. Joseph Flagg^ Loring {Joseph', John^, Joseph^, 
Joseph^, Joseph^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Sterling in 
1806; married May 8, 1831, Abigail Newhall; she sur- 
vived him and married second Caleb D. Hersey, by 
whom she had a daughter, Clara L. Hersey, who married 
George T. Barr and resided at Mankato, Minn. 

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children on the ride through some of the finest aeenery 
in the Bay State. He was a Free Mason. 
He died October 7, 1845. 

Children: 

913. i. Charles Franklin*, b. Mar. 29, 1832. 

ii. George Ingalb, b. Sept. 28, 1833; enlisted in the 3d Minn. 

Vol. Inf. and served with that regiment till slain at Pine 

Bluff Aug. 8, 18M. 
iii. Mary Jane, b. Apr. 27, 1835; d. at Worcester in 1856. 

914. iv. John Frederick, b. Sept. 28, 1837. 

725. John Tildbn* Lobing (Joseph'', John^, Joseph^, 
Joseph^, Joseph\ John\ Thomas^), bom at Sterling May 
26, 1809; married first, November 12, 1834, Roxana Cook. 
He married second Mary, daughter of Samuel Rolfe; 
she died February 11, 1889. 

He removed to Newburyport; was a merchant. He 
died April 11, 1882. 

Children: 

L John Henry*, b. Oct. 18, 1835. 

ii. Elisabeth Belknap, b. Dec. 9, 1842; d. unm. May 28, 1911. 

726. Ira* Loring (John', Johnny Joseph^, Joseph^^ 
Joseph^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Groton February 8, 
1801; married at Norridgewock, Me., March 19, 1832, 
Betsey, daughter of Barnabas Eaton; she was bom at 
Pittston, Me., February 18, 1813, and died October 8, 
1896. 

He attended the Bloomfield Academy and then taught 
school part of the time for several years; Mrs. Loring was 
also a school teacher, and so were six of their children. 
He was a farmer and tanner; resided in several different 
houses successively in the village of Norridgewock. 
He and his wife joined the Free Will Baptist church. 
He played the bass viol in the choirs of both the Congre- 
gational and Free Will Baptist churches as occasion 
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He was for some time bookkeeper in a store at Winslow, 
Me.y the neatness and accuracy of his work winning praise. 
He died July 1,1865. 

Children: 

L Ira FVanUin Wheeler*, b. Dee. 18. 1832; a surveyor; ree. at 
the M home. 

915. ii. John, b. Jan. 30, 1834. 

916. iii. Bsary Martyn, b. May 4, 1836. 

917. iv. Edward Payson, b. Mar. 2, 1837. 

▼. Mary Ann, b. Apr. 4, 1839; m. Nov. 10, 18S9, Elijah Morrill 
Anderson, at Loyalton, Cal. 
ChOdren: 

1. Mary Louiae Anderson, b. Sept. 5, 1870; m. CSiarles 

H. Sawyer. 

2. Bertha Sarah Anderson, b. Dec. 22, 1872; m. Herbert 

Haynes. 

3. George Edward Anderson, b. Mar. 25, 1875. 

918. Ti. Albert, b. Mar. 20, 1841. 

viL Julia, b. Nov. 7, 1842; m. Mar. 22, 1863, Darius D. Ta^or; 
after his death she m. (2) William B . HuBsey ; xes. HaverhiU. 
Child: 

Annie Lois Taylor, b. Nov. 27, 1863; m. Harry MQb, of 
Haverhill; he d. Aug. 21, 1895. 
viiL George Washington, b. Deo. 3, 1844; d. Oct. 3, 1854. " His 

hair, was curly and golden." 
is. Martha Wright, b. Apr. 21, 1847. She taught school, first 
in Maine, then nin^ years in California; returned to care 
for her mother; has been postmistfess several terms. 
I. Abbie Hale, b. Apr. 26, 1852; m. at Loyalton, Cal., Sept. 5» 
1876, Thomas A. van Norden. She came back to Biaine; 
m. (2) Apr. 5, 1882, George Calvin Willey, of So. Smith- 
field, Me.; he d. Dec. 4, 1903. 
Child: 

Lura May THlley, b. Apr. 30, 1883. 

727. Chablbb* Lobing {John\ John\ Joseph^ JoBeph^, 
Joseph^, John\ Thamas^)^ bom at Norridgewock, Me.» 
July 31| 1803; married Novanber 3, 1833, Elisabeth, 
daughter of Hawl^ Emerson, bom September 24, 1807, 
died March 3, 1843. 

He was a carpenter. After the death of his wife he 
removed to Sterling and worked for his cousin, Charles 
HoUen Loring. He died at Hyde Park October 27, 1874. 



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Children: 

i. Sarah Eluabeth*, b. May 5, 1835; m. Sept. 1, 1856, Charles 
Henry Lothrop, M.D.; was a surgeon in the Union army; 
he d. at Lyons, la., Feb. 6, 1889. Mrs. Lothrop was some 
y^ffs with Reed and Barton, silverware manufacturers 
at Taunton; later at Maiden. 

ii. EDen Maria, b. Oct. 31, 1837. 

iii. Rebecca Nash, b. Aug. 21, 1839; d. Sept. 18, 1855. 

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728. John Henry* Loring {John', John\ Jo^eph^, 
Jo8eph\ Ja9eph*f John\ Thomasf), bom at Norridgewocky 
Me., October 30, 1821; married June 8, 1841, Ann B. 
Trafton. 

He removed to Califomia about 1852; resided at 
Sunnyside, Cal., in 1862. Moved in 1868 to Elizabeth- 
town, Plumas County, where he and his partner, Mr. 
Leavitt, discovered a very rich mine, for which he re- 
ceived $50,000. In 1882 he built a mansion in Quincy, 
in the same county, and made that his home. He was 
a zealous member of the Methodist church. 

Children: 

i. TTilliam Henry*, b. Feb. 20, 1842; d. Mar. 6, 1871. 
ii. Haimah Ann, b. Jan« 18, 18i4; m. in 1803 Daniel Bodgers 
Cate; res. in Flumaa co., Cal. 
Childrui: 

1. Alice Lydia Cate, b. Nov. 26, 1864; m. Nov. 18, 1886, 

T. W. Jarvia. 

2. Mary Louiae Cate, b. Get. 9, 1860; m. Dec. 18, 1892, 

Fnmcia G. Somner. 

3. Henry Loring Cate, b. May 21, 1871; educated at the 

State University, at Reno, Nev. 

4. La Fayette Cate, b. June 29, 1875. 

5. Daniel Rodgera Cate, b. Nov. 17, 1881; studied law 

at Quincy, Cal. 
iii. Mary Louiae, b. Nov. 24, 1846; m. Charles Thomas Kaul- 
back, of Quincy, Cal.; he d. Jan. 28, 1877. She m. (2) 
Oct. 2, 1882, Alonao F<aatinan Leavitt, mining engineer. 
Children: 

1. Mabel K. Kaulback, b. Feb. 9, 1869; a music teacher. 

2. LeonaK. Kaulback, b. Sept. 17, 1870; an artist. 

3. Fred Charles Kaulback, b. May 29, 1872; a dvil 

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4. HoiiierGeofseKaulbadc,b.Apr. 16, 1876;cLMar. 13, 

1800. 

5. Samuel More Leavitt, b. Dec. 20, 1888. 

910. iv. Chailes Edward, b. at YaBBalboro, Me., July 90, 1850. 
▼. Carrie Frances, b. July 90, 1863; d. Aug. 16, 1867. 

729. Matnard* Lorino {DanieP, John^^ Joseph^ 
Joseph^ Joseph^ John\ Thomatf)^ bom at Sterling Janu- 
ary 23, 1808; married first, April 3, 1833, Mary Ann 
Willard Phelps, bom August 28, 1807, died April 22, 1840. 
He married second, April 7, 1841, Olive W. Chase, bom at 
Mendon August 27, 1809. 

When 21 years of age he rode horseback to Norridge- 
wock, Me., and lived there a year. He returned and 
lived on the farm where he was brought up. He died 
November 14, 1871- 

Childrea: 

i. Mary Eliaabeth*, b. Feb. 17, 1834; m. Sept. 27, 1863, 
EraetuB Blunt. 
Children: 

1. GeoiKe Lewis Blunt, b. about 1853; d. in 1864. 

2. Edwin Jacob Blunt. 

3. Ellen Elisabeth Blunt. 

4. Emma Louisa Bhmt. 

ii. Ellen Maria, b. Feb. 26, 1836; d. July 11, 1841. 
iii. Martha Ann, b. Mar. 2, 1839; d. July 13, 1841. 
iv. Olive Lydia, b. Feb. 12, 1844; m. June 19, 1871, John T. 
Coulter. 
Children: 

1. Arthur Maynard Coulter, b. July 20, 18^2; d. Jan. 

20, 1875. 

2. Walter linden Coulter, b. June 25, 1874; m. June 23, 

1898, Alice Carter Patterson. 

3. Ehner William Coulter, b. July 29, 1876; d. June 6, 1882. 
▼. Martha Maria, b. Feb. 29, 1848; m. June 1, 1871, Edward 

Randall Rice. 
Children: 

1. Abel Maynard Rice, b. Apr. 26, 1872; studied for the 

Unitarian ministry, but died on the threshold of a 
noble career, Dec. 3, 1896. 

2. Emily Maria Rice, b. Oct. 26, 1874; m. Nov. 27, 1895, 

Matt O. Evans. 

3. Jessie Loring Rice, b. July 25, 1884. 

4. Harold Prescott Rice, b. Aug. 3, 1892. 



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730. Charles Hollan* Loring (Daniel'', John\ 
Joseph^, Joseph^ Joseph*, John\ Thomas^), bom at Ster- 
ling August 23, 1821; married first, October, 1844, on 
bar twentietb birthday, Melissa, daughter of Elbridge 
G. Reed; she died March 16, 1845. He married second, 
June 16, 1846, Maria Rebecca Bigelow, who died Febru- 
ary 6, 1862; and he married third, October 5, 1862, 
Georgiana, daughter of Joel and Lydia Pratt; she died 
February 10, 1903. 

For thirty-one years he was agent of the railroad station 
at Sterling Junction; some years supplied wood for the 
road's uses. Was a representative to the legislature in 
1870. His house was destroyed by fire, and he returned 
to the mansion of his father. He was a deacon of the 
Unitarian church, a town ofiBicer and a valuable citizen 
generally. 

He died June 17, 1900. 

Children: 

i. Helen Maria*, b. May 4, 1848; m. Feb. 12, 1868, Charles 
Edward Fitch. 

Chfldren: 

1. James Arthur Fitch, b. Sept. 18, 1868; m. Aug. 18, 

1888, Adelme Houghton. 

2. Walter Edward Rteh, b. June 1, 1870; d. Aug. 14, 1871. 
ii. John Harvey, b. May 29, 1849; d. June 24, 1850. 

iii. Laura M., b. Nov. 5, 1851. 

iv. Ida Charlena, b. May 10, 1853; m. Jan. 12, 1876, Robert 
KingDias. 

Child: 

Ernest Loring Dias, b. Feb. 7, 1883. 
V. Jessie Marsylvia, b. Dec. 12, 1856; d. unm. Aug. 25, 1885. 
vi. Anna Bigelow, b. July 12, 1858; m. Jan. 5, 1887, Oustavus 
Edwin Olson. 

Child: 

Marion Loring Olson, b. July 29, 1894. 
920. vii. Herbert Pratt (recorded as Charles Herbert), b. Nov. 3, 
1866. 
viii. Mary KendaU, b. Nov. 14, 1869; m. Mar. 3, 1890, Fred 
Herbert Colvin, of the Loeamative Engineering periodical. 
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Cluldresii: 

1. Charles Herbert Colvin, b. Mar. 4, 1803. 

2. Henry Sinclair Colvin, b. Mar. 28, 1898. 
ix. Charles Pierce, b. Mar. 22, 1872; d. Nov. 1, 1889. 

X. Agnes Lydia, b. Dec. 9, 1874; m. Apr. 27, 1907, Benson B. 
Priest, of Littleton; res. East Orange, N. J. 



731. Jefferson* Loring {John HJ, Joseph^, Joseph^, 
Joseph^ Joseph^ John\ Thomas^), bom at Groton in 
1801; married in 1832, Dexilla Fletcher. 

He was an innkeeper at Littleton and Chelmsford. 

He died June 26, 1845. 

Children: 

i. Dexilla Fletcher*, b. in 1832; m. Nov. 28, 1886, Albert 

Jenkins, of Townsend. 
021. it. George Albert (twin), b. in 1832. ' 

iii. Georgiana, b. in 1835; m. at Peppendl Aug. 26, 1855, Charles 

F. Jewett. 
iv. Mary £., b. in 1839; m. at Boston Jan. 17, 1857, Lewis 

Moore, b. in Marlborough. 

782. Madison' Lorino (John HJ^ Joneph^f Joseph^ 
Joseph^ Ja9eph^f John\ Thomas^), bom at Groton 
in December, 1810; married Sarah C, daughter of 
Amos and Syrena (Dearborn) Ck>ffin, of Derry, N. H.; 
she died at Natick March 3, 1896, aged 81. 

He died at Natick June 29, 1887. 

ChUd: 

Carrie W.*, b. at Boston in 1834; m. at Natiek Jan. 30, 1861, 
Luther Page. 

733. John Habrison^ Loring (John « HJ, Joseph^, 
Joseph^ J Jo9eph\ Joseph^, John\ ThaTnaa^)^ bom at Groton 
in 1822; married Susan Payson, daughter of Nathan and 
Mehitabel Ejiight, bom at FitzwiUiam, N. H., died at 
Boston May 24, 1891, aged 76 years, 4 months and 18 
days. 

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Children: 

i. Mary Jane*, b. in 1840; m. at Boston Aug. 5, 18W, Vniliam 

8. Ham, b. at Portsmouth, N. H. 
ii. Sarah E., b. in 1846; m. Sept. 5, 1867, Charles E. Abbott, 

b. at Waterboroug^, Me. 
iii. Susie E.,b. in 1847; d. Aug. 5, 1868. 
022. iv. . Henry H., b. in 1850; m. at Boston Nov. 22, 1890, Josie F. 

(Johnson) Hodgman. 

788. Joshua' Loring {Joshua^, Thomo^j Joshua^, 
Nehemiah^f Joseph* t John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston 
October 12, 1812; married in 1834, Margaret, daughter of 
EUsha and Mary (Barr) Smith, bom at Pembroke Janu- 
ary 19, 1812, died at Newton June 26, 1884. 

He resided at Chelsea and at Newton. 
He died July 28, 1904. 

Children: 

i. Maria Cordelia*, b. 1837; m. May 26, 1858, Lyman Beedm 

Brooks, of Salem, bookiseller, ». 27. 
ii. Joshua H., b. in Aug., 1839; d. Dec. 13, 1843. 

924. iii. Stanton Dunstan, b. Sept. 13, 1845. 

925. iv. Robert Pearmain, b. Feb. 18, 1852. 

789. Edwin Hallbtt' Loring {Joshua^, Thomas^, 
Joshua^, Nehemiah\ Joseph*, John\ Thomas^) bom in 
Chelsea; married first ; married second • 

In 1846 he and his wife Clara joined in a family quit- 
claim deed of some land. 
He was a sea captain. Was lost at sea. 

Children: 

i. SarahS m. Col. Rust. 

ii. Nellie, m. Mr. Seidlinger. 

iii. Joshua, was adopted by Mr. Ingraham. 

740. Edwaeu) Hbnrt^ Loring (Henry L.\ Joshua^ 
Joshua^, Joahual^, Joseph*, John\ Thomas^), bom in Eng- 
land in 1823; married first, in 1853, Hannah Adelaide 
Marsh, who died in 1859. He married second, in 1863, 
Charlotte Watson. 

He was a clergyman, rector of Gillingham, Norfolk, £ng. 

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Children: 
926. i. John', b. in 1854. 
027. ii. Arthur Henry, b. in 1855. 

928. iii. Nde, b. in 1857. 

iv. Lillian Adelaide, b. in 1864; d. in 1893. 

929. V. William, b. in 1865. 

vi. Edward Martin, b. in 1866; d. in 1893. 

930. vii. Walter Latham, b. in 1868. 

931. viii. Ernest Kindersley, b. in 1869. 

932. iz. Charles Buxton, b. in 1871. 
z. Henry Lloyd, b. in 1873. 

741. Edward D.' Loring {Joshua' ^ Joshua^, rfcomoa*, 
Benjamin^ Thoma^, John^f Thomas^), bom at Salem 
February 9, 1819; married January 3, 1860, Eliza A., 
daughter of Aaron and Eliza (or Mary) (Glazier) Hay- 
ward, bom September 3, 1819, died December 4, 1899. 

He died April 21, 1890. 

Child: 

933. George E.*, b. Aug. 1, 1858. 

742. Zenas^ Lorino {Hawkes^^ Joshua^ Thomat^^ 
Benjamin}^ Thomas^, John\ Thomas^), bora at Hingham 
July 14, 1814; married June 27, 1837, Sarah, daughter 
of Blossom and Sarah (Dinsdell) Sprague, bom August 
8, 1813, died March 31, 1852. 

He resided at Hingham; a blacksmith. Removed to 
Kingston. He died September 28, 1895. 

Children: 

i. Hawkes*, b. in 1837; d. May 21, 1842. 

934. ii. Hawkes, b. about 1839; m. June 15, 1870, Mrs. Dora D. 

(Keith) Presby, dau. of Wm. and Sarah J. (Cunningham) 
Keith. She d. Feb. 19, 1917, m. 71 yrs., 10 m., 19 d. 

iii. A daughter, d. Feb. 21, 1841. 

iv. Geoige, b. at Kingston Feb. 24, 1847; d. unm., Jan. 5, 1902. 

▼. Charles H., d. Apr. 24, 1852. 

743. George^ (Jorge) Loring {George HJ, George^, 
Joseph^ Benjamin^ Thoma^, John\ Thomas^), born at 
Malaga, Spain; married Julia, daughter of Tomas 
Heredia by his wife Julia Grund. 

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ChUd: 

Julia Heredia*, third Marqueea de Casa Loring; m. Ricardo 
Oroes; she d. Apr. 25, 1916, leaving issue. 

744. Manttel^ Lorinq (George HJ, George^ j Joseph^, 
Benjamin^ Thoma^j John\ Thomas^)^ bom at Malaga, 
Spain, May 13, 1854; married October 5, 1881, Ana, 
daughter of Vicente Martinez and Adelaida Montes. 

He died June 7, 1891. 

Children: 

934a. i. Manuel, Jr.* 

ii. Ana, b. Mar. 13, 1884; m. Oct. 8, 1914, Joaquin Garcia de 
Toledo. 

934b. iii. Fernando, b. May 9, 1886. 

iv. Teresa, b. Jan. 9, 1888. 

V. Jorge (George), b. Oct. 12, 1889; a civil engineer. 

vi. Carlos, b. Mar. 20, 1891. 

745. William* Lorino {Isaac^i WiUiam^^ Isacuf^ Wil- 
liam\ leaac^^ Johft?j Thomas^)^ bom at Boston December 
10, 1798; married August 18, 1821, Sybil, daughter of 
William Goodridge, bom at Lunenburg May 1, 1790, 
died at Boston April 10, 1872. 

He died in 1840. 

Children: 

i. Louisa C.*, b. Jan. 4, 1823. 
935. ii. Langford Whipple, b. Feb. 23, 1825; received a prize in 
1839 from the Humane Society for saving the lives of 
two boys who had fallen through the ice. Was a member 
of the New England Historic Genealogical Society. 
He d. in 1868. 

iii. George W., b. Nov. 13, 1827; d. Jan. 31, 1839. 

iv. Susan A. W., b. Feb. 2, 1830. A successful teacher in the 
Winthrop School, Boston, 42 yrs.; d. July 31, 1917. 

746. William M.« Lorino {WilMam\ William^, leatuf, 
William*, Isaad, John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston Febru- 
ary 20,^1814; married Ann Catherine L. Wentworth, 
daughter of Philip and Mary Wentworth, who died 
April 10, 1906, aged 91 years, 10 months and 21 days. 

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Children: 
i. Jamiw L.*, b. in 1836; a ticket seller in Boston; m. Dee. 20, 
1869, Henrietta, dau. of Pelatiah W. and Rosa H. Gould, 
S.26. 
ii. Horace Wentworth, b. Dec. 26, 1843; d. Mar. 30, 1845. 

747. ANDREW J.« LoRiNG (John'^, WiUiam^, Imac^, 
WiJliam^j Isacuff John\ Thomas^), bom at Boston Febru- 
ary 19, 1815; married Mary E. Crispin, who died Sep- 
tember 28, 1886, aged 65 years, 8 months and 8 days. 

He lived at Boston. He died April 11, 1879. 

Child: 
936. Andrew*, b. July 30, 1845. 

748. Edwin Phblp^' Loring {John JJ^ NathanieV, 
Nathaniel^ laaad^, DanieP, John^^ Thomas^), bom at 
Hopkinton December 14, 1835; married first, November 
30, 1854, Lucy L., dau^ter of Chandler Warren; she 
was bom September 20, 1835 and died October 2, 1884. 
He married second, October 3, 1888, Mrs. Mary Estella 
(Wyman) Chapman, bom in October, 1842. She sur- 
vived him and resided at Westfield. 

He died at Russell February 11, 1899. 

Children: 

i. Frank Emerson*, b. Jan. 1, 1857; d. Sept. 7, 1858. 
ii. Susan Lucretia, b. Sept. 14, 1861; d. Jan. 3, 1897. 

749. Arthur Howard* Loring (John JJ, Nathaniel^, 
Nathaniel^ f laaat^, DanieP, John\ ThaTnaa^)^ bom at 
Hopkinton May 15, 1838; married at Boston September 
26, 1860, Clementine Wood, daughter of Caleb B. and 
Belinda Gilkey, aged 26, bom at Camden, Me. . 

He died November 2, 1900. 

Child: 

Charles Payson*, b. at Boston June 5, 1863; m. Feb. 4, 1891, 
Ck>ra J., dau. of Samuel and Anna J. Dorr, ». 31. 

760. Charles Eugene' Loring {John JJ, Nathaniel^ 
NathanieP^ Isaacs, DanieP, John^^ Thomas^), bom at 
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ber 10, 1867, Sarah J*, daughter of Daniel and Sally E. 
Ryder, bom at HoUiston, aged 23. 
He died January 6, 1900. 

Children: 
i. Mary L.*, b. June 18, 1872. 
037. ii. Arthur Eugene, b. Nov. 7, 1876. 

761. Henry Harrison^ Loring (John JJ, Nathaniel^, 
Nathaniel^f Isaac^j DaniePf John\ Thamcu^)^ bom at 
Hopkinton January 10, 1848; married November 20, 
1873, Juliette £., daughter of Enoch N. and Melinda 
(Taft) Rollins, bom November 19, 1861, died September 
16, 1896. He died August 24, 1900. 

Children: 
i. ' Francis Rollins*, b. July 29, 1876. 
ii. Lucretia Addie, b. May 24, 1878; m. Albert Proctor. 
Children: 

1. Addie Lucretia Proctor, b. Dec. 13, 1898. 

2. Helen Gertrude Proctor, b. Feb. 18, 1900. 

iii. George Henry, b. May 12, 1880; m. at Boston Sept. 6, 
1906, Maigaret McIQnnon. 

762. Jerome* Loring {Robert McF.\ Peter^, Peter\ 
Zaccheus*, JacoV, John\ Thomas^), bom at Perry, Me., 
June 16, 1855; married June 29, 1880, Mattie E., daughter 
of William and Maria Higgins, bom June 11, 1856. 

He removed to Maccan, N. S.; became a merchant 
there. 
Children: 
i. Eva*, b. Nov. 7, 1880; m. June 12, 1907, R. Geesner Kerr, 
of Fox River, N.B. 
Children: 

1. Loring Kerr, b. Aug. 30, 1908. 

2. Marion Kerr,.b. July 23, 1912. 

3. Joseph Kerr, b. Apr. 1, 1914. 

4. John Kerr, b. May 27, 1916. 
940. ii. Robert W., b. Feb. 6, 1883. 

iii. Maria, b. July 21, 1884; m. June 3, 1908, Walter Daniel 
Hatfield, of Bloomfield, N. B. 
Children: 

1. Harold Hatfield, b. in Apr. 1910. 

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lY. Mabel, b. Oct. 20, 1886; m. Sept. 16, 1913, Charles N. 
Wilmot. 
Children: 

1. Gerald Wilmot, b. June 23, 1914. 

2. Wallace Wilmot, b. Mar. 19, 1916. 

y. Percy, b. Mar. 4, 1888; d. at Calgary in Alberta, Feb. 19, 
1908. 
941. vi. Wallace Stanley, b. June 13, 1890. 

vii. Katherine, b. Feb. 10, 1894; res. at Amherst, N. S. 
viii. Austin, b. May 1, 1898. 

783. George* Loring (Robert McFJ, Peter^, Peter'^, 
Zechariah\ Jacob^,^John\ ThonuM^)^ bom at Perry, Me., 
February 26, 1863; married September 12, 1894, Phebe 
Merritt, daughter of William Hemry and Mary Morse 
(Boyden) Golden, bom August 24, 1875. 

He died June 30, 1903. 

Mrs. Loring removed to Cambridge and resides there. 

Children: 

i. Raymond GeoiKe*, b. May 26, 1895. 
ii. Hazel Mary, b. Dec. 12, 1896. 

754. Jbremiah^ Lorino {Robert McF.\ Peter^, Peter^t 
Zechariah\ Jacobs ^ John\ Thanuu^), bom at Perry, Me., 
September 15, 1870; married September 12, 1894, Grace 
Belle Lockwood. 

He is a farmer at Perry. 

Children: 

i. Vera Evelyn*, b. Aug. 1, 1895. 

ii. Avis Belle, b. May 7, 1897. 

iii. NomiaQ Rockwood, b. July 28, 1900. 

iv. Ethel May, b. Apr. 15, 1903. 

V. Ronald Jeremiah, b. Nov. 17, 1907. 

vi. Percy Walton, b. Jan. 28, 1911. 

760. GiLES^ Lorino {Samwl\ Davids, EzekUP, John*, 
John^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., in 1814; 
married first, November 13, 1834, Sarah M. Stubbs. He 
married second, at Lowell April 25, 1887, Mrs. Lydia 
H. Bamford, bom in England. 

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Children: 
i. FranoQs EUen*, b. Oct. 24, 1885; m. Mr. Pode. 

942. ii. Charles, b. Oct. 4, 1838. 

943. iii. Howard C, b. June 4, 1848. 

iv. Sarah Abby, b. Dec. 1, 1852; d. Oct. 7, 1866. 

761a. Aix)NZO> LoBiNQ (WiUiam^ Davidf, Ezekiel^, 
John\ John\ John\ Thomaa^)^ bom at Pownal, Me., 
married Cordelia S. Blake. 

He died at Yarmouth, Me., July 25, 1906, aged 72. 

Children: 
i. Mary Esther*, m. P. D. Lowell, 
ii. Josie Evelyn. 

iii. Junius Payne, m. (1) May 26, 1894, Lula B. Richardson; 
(2) Nellie E. Thurlow. 

944. iv. Charles Welcome, b. Dec. 4, 1871. 

762. John A.' Lorinq {John LJ, Davia^^ John\ John^, 
John\ John\ Thoma^^), bom at Portland, Me., in 1846; 
married (intention November 12, 1867), Lottie F. Plaisted. 
She survived him and married second, Jtme 30, 1884, 
Sumner P. Robinson. 

He died in Portland March 27, 1881, ''aged 34." 

Children: 
i. Li2sie*,b.Oct.9,1868. 
ii. Hany P., b. in 1871; d. Mar. 13, 1882. 
iii. Lottie M., b. Aug. 4, 1877. 
iv. Marguerite, b. in 1879; d. Sept. 11, 1881. 
V. Mabel, b. in Jan., d. Oct. 7, 1881 . 

764. Georqe B." Lorinq (Charles'', RichmamP, Rich- 
mond^, Nicholas, John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at Thomas- 
ton, Me., September 19, 1884; married (intention Septem- 
ber 22, 1866), Mary Ellen Carver. 

He fotmded the bookstore and publishing house of 
Loring, Short and Harmon at Portland, Me. 

He died July 25, 1896. 

Children: 
i. Adelaide*, b. Jan. 24, 1869; m. Jan. 27, 1897, Frederick B. 

Frost, 
ii. Fred, b. in 1872 ; m. Nov. 12, 1901, Anna Elisabeth, daughter 

of William and Mary (Redmond) Johnston, ». 21, bom 

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766. Ltman" Lorinq (Ammi Af.^ Asa\ Bezaketf^ 
NichoUu^^ John^j John\ Thomas^), bom at Shirley, Me., 
September 7, 1S34; married December 6, 1872, Eugenie 
Hutchinson; she outlived him and resided at Crookston, 
Minn. 

He removed to Wisconsin in 1852; he served in th^ 4th 
Wisconsin Voltmteer Infantry in the War of the Re- 
bellion; also was in the United States Navy for a time, 
and was in service throughout the war. After the com- 
ing of peace he lived at Kinnickinnie, Wis.; removed to a 
farm in the vicinity of Moorhead, Minn. In 1890 he 
went to Montana, settling at Kalispell in that State, which 
he made his home for the remainder of his life. He was 
a member of the Assembly at the time of the famous 
'^ deadlock" over the election of a United States Senator; 
he supported Hon. W. A. Clark, the successful candidate. 

He died May 22, 1898. 

Child: 
946. Charles*, b. Nov. 26, 1873. 

766. Marcus Morton^ Lorinq {Ri4ihmond'' ^ Asa^, 
Bezaled^, Nicholas^ John\ J6hn\ Thmruuf)^ bom at Shir- 
ley, Me., March 26, 1840; married January 1, 1861, 
Nellie Mantor, of Parkman, Me. 

He resided at Park Rapids, Minn., where he was 
auditor. He died at Hubbard, Minn., November 19, 
1916. 

Children: 

i. Minnie May*, b. Feb. 13, 1871. 

iL Louise Leila, b. Feb. 27, 1883. 

liL Richmond B., b. Mar. 31, 1885. 

iv. A son, d. in infancy. 

767. GsoRGs Henry Mitchell" Loring {Abraham 
M.\ John M.\ Bezaleel\ Nicholas, John\ John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Charlestown July 6, 1846; married first, Novem- 
ber 2, 1870, Sarah A. V., daughter of Eri and Elvina 
(Harris) Upham. He married second, January 20, 1890, 
Mrs. Ella J. (Stark) Moulton. 



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Children: 

i. Joseph Elvin Rogers*, b. Apr. 17, 1877; d. Jan. 15, 1878. 
947. li Frederick MitoheU, b. Nov. 9, 1878. 

iii. Qifford F., b. June 30, 1881; d. Aug. 3, 1885. 

709. JoBEFH FoxcBOFT* LoBiNG (John HJf Bezaleel^, 
Bezalee?y Nicholas*, John\ John\ Thoma^), bom at Guilr 
ford, Me., March 3, 1833; married first, m 1858, Nellie 
Johnson, who died in 1861. He married second, Carrie 
H^on who lived only a few months. He married third, 

in 1869, Anna . After her death he married fourth, 

in New Mexico, Aurelia . He went in 1862 as a 

carpenter on a whaling ship for a three years' voyage. 
In 1865 went to Illinois with his father and family. 
Served in the 9th Illinois Cavalry in the Civil War. 
After 1870 he removed to New Mexico. He had many 
attractive qualities, was well read and a good talker, and 
won many friends. 

He died July 10, 1907. 

Children: 

i. Frank*, b. in 187a 
iL John, b. in 1890, 

770. Edward Patbon" Lobinq (John MJ, BezakeV, 
BezakePf NichoUu^y John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at 
Guilford, Me., November 18, 1846; married. Residence, 
Stockton, Cal. 

Children: 

i. Frands*. 

ii. William ; res. at Sidney, Aus. 

771. Lincoln Riplbt" Lobinq (iimora^ BezaUeV, 
Bezdleel\ Nicholaa^ John*, John\ Thorruui^), born at Shap- 
leigh, Me., October 10, 1844; married August 6, 1874, 
Mrs. Jennie Bumham Thompson, daughter of Cum- 
mings and Jane (Bumham) Thompson and widow of 
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320 LORINO OBNEAIiOQT 

He revised his father's ** Sketches of Families in Old 
Yarmouth/' and thus contributed valuable material to 
this genealogy. He was a highly esteemed man, one whom 
it was a pleasure to meet, beloved by those who knew him 
best. 

Residence, Portland, Me. He died June 2, 1912. 

Children: 

i. Maurice PaI80D8^ b. Sept. 24, 1876; d. Apr. 13, 1879. 
948. ii. Harold Amasa, b. June 27, 1879. 

iii. Harriet Clark, b. May 7, 1883; m. Sept. 15, 1904, Robert 
Flint Chandler, b. Nov. 26, 1880; a civil engineer; res. 
New Gloucester, Me. 
ChUdren: 

1. Loring Olmstead Chandler, 1>. May 20, 1906. 

2. Robert Flint Chandler, Jr., b. June 22, 1907. 

3. Audrey Jane Chandler, b. Sept. 13, 1911. 

4. Eaisabeth Parsons Chandler, b. Mar. 19, 1914. 

5. Esther Evelyn Chandler, b. Sept. 25, 1916. 

iv. Jennie Bertina, b. Apr. 10, 1889; m. May 4, 1911, Anson 
Jones Hopkins, of Vancouver, B. C; res. (1917) Montreal, 
Can. 
Children: 

1. Lincoln Loring Hopkins, b. Aug. 15, 1912. 

2. Anson Jones Hopkins, Jr., b. Dec. 22, 1914. 

772. Herbebt A.^ Lobinq {Amaaa'', BezaUeV, Bezaled^ 
NichoUu^f Johvfj John\ Thoma^^)^ bom at Shapleigh, 
Me., September 11, 1848; married first, Jtme 24, 1875, 
Rosetta E. Oakley, of Westfield, N. J.; she died at Oak- 
ham August 2, 1884. He married second, October 26, 
1887, Sarah E. lincoki Robinson, who died at Louisville, 
Kentucky, July 23, 1888. He married third, March 
31, 1891, at Zanesville, 0., Mrs. Ruble A. Gay, who 
survives him. 

He was graduated from New York University in 1872 
and from Bangor Theolc^cal Seminary in 1875; was a 
Congregational minister in Maine, Maasachusetts, and 
the west; talented and winning many friends, thou^ not 
free from criticism. 

He died at Chicago, 111., January 6, 1904; was buried 
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One who knew him most intimately speaks in the highest 
terms of him. 

Children: 

i. Herbert A.', Jr., b. June 16, 1876; d. Sept. 16, 1888. 

ii. Edith Louise, b. Feb. 7, 1880; m. J. J. Baker; res. Detroit, 

Mich. 
iiL Julia Elisabeth, b. July 7, 1882; m. Allen Fisher, res. Oliyet, 
Mich. 
Children: 

1. Alleen Fisher. 

2. Louise Fisher. 

773. Charles Sewall" Lorinq {Henry SJ, BezaleeV, 
Bezdleel\ Nicholas^ John^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Mon- 
mouth, Me., June 19, 1859; married October 18, 1882, 
Jessie L. Fuller, of North Livermore, Me. 

He graduated at the Maine State College in 1879. 

He died at Lewiston, Me., March 30, 1887. 

Children: 

i. Bertha May*, b. Oct. 31, 1883; m. June 24, 1910, Loy S. 
Smith. 
Children: 

1. Winifred Loring Smith, b. Apr. 24, 1911. 

2. Lolabel Arey Smith, b. May 15, 1913. 

3. Merle Annetta Smith, b. Jan. 31, 1917. 
949. ii. Charles Sewall, b. June 22, 1887. 

776. Charles Morqridgx^ Lorinq (Horace^, NichoUM^, 
BezaleeVf Nicholas, John^, John\ Thomas^)^ bom at 
Portland, Me., November 13, 1832; married there Novem- 
ber 3; 1853, Emily Smith, daughter of Levi G. and Eliza 
B. Crossman, bom October 2, 1842. 

He moved to Milwaukee, Wis., and was in the grocery 
business; removed in 1857 to Chicago, 111.; in 1860 to 
Minneapolis, Minn. In partnership with Loren Fletcher 
he engaged in business and after a time built and carried 
on the Galaxy Flour Mill. He was president of the city 
Park Commission, 1885 to 1895; president some time of 
the Chamber of Commerce, and president of the North 
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322 LOSING QENEAIiOOT 

Children: 

060. i. Albert Carpenter*, b. at Milwaukee, Wis., Aug. 31, 1868. 
ii. Eva Maria, b. in 1862; d. in 1864. 

781. HntAM Wing* Loring {John SJ, Perez^, Bezaled^, 
Nicholas, John\ John^, Thomas^), bom at Leeds, Me., 
October 11, 1842; maxried September 6, 1868, Arabella 
Louise, daughter of Samuel and Eliza (WiUett) Churchill, 
of Eastport, Me., bom August 27, 1842. 

He resided at Lewiston, Me., some time. Served in the 
16th and afterward in the 29th Maine regiments of Vol- 
unteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion. Was 
later a teacher, famier, salesman and hotel keeper. 
Removed to Shrewsbury and engaged in trade, dealing 
in fertilizer^, cement, etc. Has been a selectman, repre- 
sentative and in other positions of trust. 

Children: 

051. i. John Samuel*, b. Feb. 23, 1870. 

952. ii. Harry Lawrence, b. Nov. 19, 1871. 

953. iii. Thomas Talbot, b. Nov. 3, 1873; m. Grace Stone. 

954. iv. Louis Townley Churchill, b. Nov. 14, 1877. 

782. Albert Edgar" Lorinq {Levi', Levi*, BezaleeJ^, 
Nichola8\ Jokn\ John\ Thomas^), bom at Biddeford, Me., 
May 2, 1857; married first, at Cottage Grove, Minn., 
in July, 1879, Mrs. Mary Whipple, who died in February, 
1884. He married second, August 7, 1888, EUa F. James, 
of Wisconsin, who died at Detroit, Minn., February 7, 1899. 

Children: 
i. Vincent Barrett*, b. Apr. 7, 1889; d. July 2, 1907. 
ii. Alberta Harrison, b. Nov. 23, 1890. 
iii. Eleanor Basel, b. Apr. 28, 1894. 
iv. Cedric, b. Apr. 23, 1896. 

783. Frederick J,® Loring {Frederick C.^ Lew*, 
Bezaleel^ Nicholas^ Johnny John,\ Thomas^), married 
Grace Breed, of Galesburg, 111. 

Child: 

Porter*. 



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784. FiaANCis Marion* Lorinq {Frederick C.^ Levi^, 
Bezaleel^, NrchoUu^^ John\ John^, Thomas^). 

Resides at San Antonio, Tex. 

785. Edward Bosworth* Loring (Frederick CJ, Levi^, 
Bezaleel^, Nicholas^, John\ John^, Thomas^) ^ bom at St. 
Louis, Mo. 

He is an electrician and repairer, and dealer in hard- 
ware in St. Louis, Mo. 

Children: 

i. Arthur Primm*. 
ii. Bonita H. 

791. Ansel Lathrop" Loring (Jeremiah'', Charles 
L.*, Lew*, Nicholas, John\ John\ Thorruuf), bom at 
Yarmouth, Me., January 27, 1830; married first, October 
28, 1852, Lucy Ellen Haven, who died November 20, 
1872, aged 39 years. He married second, December 31, 
1874, Martha Ellen, daughter of Benjamin and Martha 
(Soule) Dennison, bom May 8, 1848. 

He went to California in 1849, and remained for a time. 
Returned to Yarmouth and carried on a flour mill a num« 
ber of years; afterward was a grain commission merchant. 
He died February 17, 1916. 

Children: 

i. SusaSa Caroline Northrop* (adopted) ; m. Osborae B. Merrill. 

ii. Jennie Gates (adopted) ; m. Oct. 28, 1880, George D. Greeley. 

iii. Lucy£l]en,b. in 1875; m. at Portland, Me., July 26, 1905, 

Harry E. Ring. He is an insurance agent at Yarmouth, 

Me. 

Children: 

1. Ebner Lothrop Ring, b. Apr. 17, 1906. 

2. Norman Loring Ring, b. May 29, 1909. 

IT. Mildred Denniaon, b. Jan. 16, 1882; m. Aug. 25, 1909; 
George Carroll Soule. 
Children: 

1. Stella Merrill Soule, b. JUly 3, 1910. 

2. Frances Churchill Soule, b. in Aug., 1911. 

955. y. Loihrop Harold, b. Nov. 1, 1883. 

956. vi. Ehner Lindberg, b. Apr. 9, 1886. 



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324 LORING GENEALOGY 

794. John E.« Lorinq (Sylvester R.\ Levi^, Lev?, 
Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thoma^), bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., December 15, 1845; married first, February 
1, 1870, Delia Doren. He married second (intention 
May 24, 1878) Mary Clark. 

He died at Portland, Me., January 10, 1908. 

Childreii: 

i. Mary Agnes (MiImie)^ b. Nov. 8, 1870; m. June 29, 1904; 

John JamjBS Love, 
ii. Julia Grace, b. Feb. 4, 1872. 
iii. Alice, b. Dec. 8, 1873. 
iv. William J., b. Oct. 15, 1878; m. Sept. 13, 1897, Helen G. 

Herbert, b. at St. John, N. B. 
V. Cecilia L., b. Jan. 14, 1881 ; d. Dec. 10, 1885. 

796. Sylvester Richmond^ Lorinq (Sylvester R.\ 
LevPy Levity Nicholas^, John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at 
Portland, Me., about 1855; married at Lynn November 
19, 1882, Maria, daughter of Zaccheus and Patience 
Lambert, of Bridgewater, aged 23. 

Children: 
i. James A.*, b. May 31, 1884. 
ii. A child, b. Mar. 14, d. Mar. 16, 1886. 
iu. Lewis F., b. July 16, 1889; d. Mar. 18, 1893. 

796. Georqe R.* Lorinq (Reuben B.^, Reuben^ Lev?j 
Nicholas^ John\ John^, Thomas^) ^ bom at North Yar- 
mouth, Me., in 1872; married at Portland, Me., Jtme 4, 
1903, Bertha E., daughter of Edwin E. and Celia D. 
(Lowell) Nason, of Sanford, Me. 

799. Charles Richmond® Lorino (Otis WJ, Ichor 
hodfj Thoma^, Nicholas^ y John\ John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at 
North Yarmouth, Me., July 19, 1847; married January 4, 
1870, Ruth A. Rideout. 

Children: 
i. Percy H(yward^ b. May 27, 1870 (res. at Portland, Me.) 
ii. Eva Hudson, b. in 1872; m. at Portland, June 27, 1900, 
Jamee Duxdap Richardson. 



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EIGHTH GENERATION 325 

800. Chablbs Axjotjbtub^ Lobinq (Francis'' ^ Davids, 
Tfuma^, NicholM*, John\ John\ Thomtuf), bom at 
Portland, Me., February 22, 1888; married first (intention 
December 26, 1854), Frances Ellen Prince, bom February 
2, 1837, died January 28, 1906. 

He married second, September 14, 1009, Mrs. Elisabeth 
(Brackett) Keohan. 
He resided at Berkeley, Cal. 
He died July 14, 1915. 

Children: 

i. Ada EsteUe', b. Apr. 21, 1865; m. Nov. 26, 1879, Nathan 

H.Studley. She d. Feb. 26, 1908. 
ii. Sarah BQI, b. May 9, 1861; m. July 16, 1888, Frederick M. 

Beab. Res. at Portland, Me. 
CSiildren: 

1. Bernioe F. Beab, b. June 16,- 1890; m. Aug. 15, 1913, 

Paul Melville Stevens. 

2. Eloise Loring Beab, b. June 6, 1896; m. Apr. 5, 1916, 

Harry L. Webber, 
iii. Ciomelia May, b. Oct. 5, 1872; m. Mr. McNulty. 
iv. Ernest Linwood, b. at Rocklin, Cal., Oct. 15, 1879. 

801. William Henbt Habbison^ Lobinq {Francis'^ 
Datnd^y Thama^, NichaUufi^ John\ John\ Thimiatf)^ bom 
at Portland, Me., August 3, 1840; married October 4, 
1861, Susan Adelia, daughter of George W. and Abigail 
Ddano, v^ho died December 1, 1900, aged 55 years, 9 
months and 9 days. 

He died at Boston February 13, 1894. 

Children: 

i. Elmer M.*, b. at Portland, Me., in 1862; m. (1) at Boston 
Sept. 16, 1884, Anna M., dau. of John and Annie Carter, 
». 22. He m. (2) at Plymouth June 18, 1888, Annie F. 
Holmes. She d. at Charleston, S. C, Aug. 6, 1910, ». 48. 

ii. Carrie A., b. in 1865; m. at Boston June 8, 1886, Moses C. 
Young, 

iii. Ina ^!., b. Feb. 13, 1869; d. at Boston Nov. 17, 1881. 

iv. Nellie Gertrude, m. Mr. Young. 

V. George H. C, b. at Portland February 5, 1871 ; m. at Everett 
Dee. 18, 1893, L. M. Martin, b. at Oorham, Me. He d. 
at Boston Sept. 19, 1896. 



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326 LORING OENSALOOT 

802* Wabren Chabb" Lobinq (Francis'', Davids, 
Thonuuf, Nicholas^ Johvf, John?, ThoTruu?), bom at 
Portland, Me., July 19, 1847; married December 25, 1870, 
Elisabeth Frances, daughter of Joseph H. and Charity 
Angelia (Mayberry) Adams, bom August 5, 1853, died 
September 3, 1913. 

He died May 9, 1906. 

Children: 

i. Mabel^ b. Aug. 7, 1871; m. June 17, 1896, Rev. Joseph 
Battell Shephard, now rector of St. Paul's Church, 
Portland. 

ii. William Eugene, b. July 5, d. July 29, 1872. 

iii. Grace Etta, b. Nov. 28, 1875. Ckrk in the office of the 
Auditor of Portland. 

803. George Dixon* Lorinq {Francis', Davids, 
Thoma^, Nicholas^ John*, John\ Thomas^), bom at Port- 
land, Me., December 31, 1852; married November 8, 
1876, Annette W. Moore. 

He died October 15, 1916. 

Child: 

I D.^ b. in July, d. Oct. 13, 1877« 



804. EvERErr Grey* Lorinq {Jacob GJ', Jeremiah^, 
Thoma^, Nicholas^, John*, John\ Thomas^), born at North 
Yarmouth, Me., NovCTtiber 16, 1869; married at St. 
Paul, Minn., August 15, 1889, Martha C. Huett, bom at 
Prescott, Wis. 

He graduated at Bowdoin College in 1891, A.B., and 
Phi Beta £[appa; taught in the Hyannis Normal School 
some time; was principal or teacher successively at 
Lincoln, Me., St. Paul, Minn., Exeter and Hampton, 
N. H., and superintendent of schools for Halifax, Kingston, 
Pembroke and Plympton 1903 to 1915, residing at Kings- 
ton; is now (1917) superintendent of schools in Cheshire, 
ELancock, New Ajshford and Lanesboro, residing at the 
last named. Such a position enables a man to do much 
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of the children (of many national stocks) growing up in 
our country. 

Children: 

i. Jacob R.*, b. Apr. 21, d. Apr. 23, IQOi. 

ii. Everett Grey, Jr., b. at KingBton Nov. 5, 1906. 



806. Jacob Grbt* Lobikg (WiUiam W.\ Jeremiah^ 
Thama^, NichdUu^^ John^, John\ Thomatf)^ bom at Yar- 
mouthy Me.y November 4, 1867; married July 11, 1891, 
Enmia S., daughter of Robert and Mary Morse, of liver* 
more. Me., bom March 1, 1864; she died June 25,^898. 

He lives at Livermore Falls, Me.; is a millwright with 
the International Paper Company at Otis FaUs, Me. 

Child: 

Everett Grey*, b. June 25, 1898; d. Nov. 24, 1903. 

806. Nbsmith* Lobinq {Oeorge S.^, Jacob G.*, Thoma^, 
Nicholof^^ John^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Yarmouth, Me., 
September 24, 1866; married March 3, 1887, Myrtie J. 
Whitney. 

Children: 

i. Jacob Grey^ b. Oct. 11, 1891; d. Aug. 20, 1893. 

ii. Doris May, b. Mar. 28, 1898; m. Nov. 24, 1916, Ernest O. 

Schirmer. 
iii. Gladys, m. Nov. 8, 1913, Carlisb Royal Gould. 

807. Phiup Quincy Lobing' (JPrcrrfm^, /aco6 (?.•, 
Thoma^^ Nicholas^ ^ John*, John\ Thomas^) , bom at Port- 
land, Me., March 30, 1869; married February 20, 1895, 
Eva N., daughter of William Y. and Ethel (Babb) 
Pomeroy, bom in 1872. 

He is a prominent insurance man in Portland. 



808. William H.» Lobino {WiUiam M.\ Levi H.\ 
Jeremiah^, NichoUu/^^ John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at 



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Cambridge January 25, 1863; married March 11, 1888, 
Mary A. O'Comiell, aged 19. 

Chad: 

FranciB William*, b. Sept. 2, 1889. 

800. Francis Eben" Loring {WxUiam M.\ Levi H.\ 
Jeremiah^^ Nichohu^^ John\ John\ ThamM^), bom at 
Cambridge in 1867; married November 15, 1899, Jessie 
Blossom, daughter of William L. and Sarah A. (Todd) 
Williams, bom at Brooklyn, N. Y., aged 22. 

Child: 

Ratb Jeisie*, b. Oct. 1, 1900. 

810. Clauds S.^ Lorinq (Benjamin', Levi H.^ Jer^ 
miah^, Nieholas^, John\ John\ Thomae^), bom at Yar- 
mouth, Me., in 1876; married first, Melvina ; 

married second, November 25, 1900, Mary L. McKenaie, 
bom in Cambridge in 1876. 

He was a raihroad man; made his home at Boston. 
He died of injuries received in a railroad accident 
November 6, 1903. 

Children: 
i. Harry*, b. Nov. 26, 1897. 
ii. Alma Maria, b. in Cambridge July 18, 1901. 
iii. Arthur Claude Francis, b. Apr. 1, 1904. 

811. Bbnjamin H.^ Lorino (Joseph HJ, Levi H.S 
Jeremiah^, Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thomas^), bom at Yar- 
mouth, Me., in 1866; married at Georgetown August 27, 
1890, Jessie M., daughter of Alvin G. and Sarah E« 
Abbott, aged 18. 

He resided in Groveland. 

Children: 

i. Marion Alice*, b. Apr. 1, 1891. 
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812. Edwabd a.* Lobino (Jasepk H.\ Levi H.^, 
Jeremiah^f Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thomas^)^ bom at 
Yarmoutli, Me., September 21, 1868; married December 
24, 1887, Mary E. Winslow. 

Child: 

Helen May', b. Feb. 20, 1889; m. July 13, 1907, Ronald 
linooln Hinckl^. 

818. Frb0 B.' Lobinq {Joseph H/, Letn H/, Jeremiah^y 
NichoUui^j John\ John\ Thorruu?)^ bom at Yarmouth, Me., 
married October 5, 1S^9, Julia Cady. 

Children: 

i. Lee Whittier*, b. Mar. 8, 1891. 

ii. Walter, b. May 15, 1893. 

iii. Verdia Agnes, b. Dec. 2, 1895; d. My 28, 1897. 

iv. Paul Garland, b. Jan. 24, 1897. 

V. CJharlie, b. Feb. 17, 1899. 

vi. Alfred Prentifls, b. Oct. 9, d. Nov. 18, 1900. 

vii. Richard Albert, b. July 23, d. July 28, 1907. 

viii. Raymond D., b. May 2, 1912. 

iz. Ruth D., b. May 2, 1912 (twin), b. May 2, 1912. 

814. Fbbd Cook" Loring {Edward Z>.^, Jeremiah^j 
Jeremiah^ f Nichdasi*j John\ John\ Thfnnatf)^ bom at 
North Yarmouth, Me., July 4, 1868; married Bertha M. 
Tarbox. 

Children: 

i. MOdred Allen'. 

ii. Blanch Maud Parker, m. Dec. 24, 1902, Harold Clayton. 
Children: 

1. Helen Frances Clayton. 

2. Lu<7 Lavina Clayton. 

3. Hiram Clayton. 



816. Charles Allen" Loring {EduxjardD.^^ Jeremiah^, 
JeremUihfj Nicholas^ John\ Johv?^ Thomas^) ^ bom at 
North Yarmouth, Me., June 16, 1872; married at Gardner, 
Mass., Jtme 21, 1899, Bemice Chandler, daughter of 



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330 LOBINO GBNEALOOT 

Charles and Harriet (Chandler) Adams, bom at YftDr 
chendon, aged 21. 

Children: 

i. Charles Allen, Jr.* 
ii. Edward Adams. 

816. GsoBQE Mann* Lobinq (Edward DJ^ Jeremiah^ 
Jeremiah^ Nichoka^, John^j John\ Thoma^)^ bom at 
North Yarmouth^ Me., April 12, 1879; married Mabel 
Earr. 



817. Alfred Orlando Lindsay* Lorinq (John HJ^ 
John H.\ Jeremiah^, Niehoh^, John\ John?, Thomas^), 
bom at Concord March 20, 1871; married at Acton 
November 28, 1900, Helen P., daughter of Franklin E. 
and Lydia S. (Mann) Emery, bom at Hudson, aged 23. 

Residence, Concord. 

Children: 

L Helen Lydia^ b. Nov. 19, 1901. 

ii. Elsie Frances, b. Sept. 22, 1904. 

iii. Alfred Franklyn, b. Oct. 17, 1909. 

iv. Donald Lindsay, b. Mar. 8, 1911. 

V. Emery Burbank, b. Nov. 25, 1914. 

818. Benjamin Pbtsr Chahberlin* Loring (John 
H.\ John H.«, Jeremiah^ Nicholas, John\ John\ Thomas^) 
bom at Chelmsford August 30, 1873; married Jtme 29, 
1808, Mabel, daughter of Frederick A. and Amelia M. 
(Revere) Collins, aged 28, bom at Newton. 

He resided at Concord. 

Children: 

i. Paul Revere*, b. Apr. 9, 1899. 

ii. Amelia, b. Aug. 16, 1901. 

ill Esther, b. Aug. 7, 1904. 

iv. Esther, b. Aug. 7, 1905. 

T. Lindsay Bailey, b. July 11, 1906. 

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EIGHTH GENERATION 331 

S19. John Ernest* Lorino (John HJ, John H.\ 
Jeremiah\ Nicholas^ John\ John^^ Thomasi^), bom at 
Chdmsford July 26, 1875; married at Coneord Novem- 
ber 25, 1903, Amia Josephine, daughter of Alesander and 
Maria Grazia Maconi, aged 29, bom in Italy. 

He is a harness maker at Concord. 

Children: 

i. Edward Anthony*, b. and d. Sept. 11, 1904. 
ii. Mary Magdalene, b. Nov. 22, 1905. 
ilL Joaephine Anna, b. Mar. 15, 1907. 

820. Levi Howard* Loring {John £f.^ John H.*, 
Jeremiah\ Nicholas ^ John\ John*, Thomas^) ^ bom at 
Chehnsford April 21, 1877; married September 3, 1898; 
Clara M., daughter of Charles H. and Clara A. (Hill) 
Goodwin, aged 2L 

H6 was a railroad fireman; he died December 8, 1910. 

Children: 

i. Howard Goodwin*, b. July 3, 1S99. 

ii. Ruth Jane, b. Aug. 12, 1900. 

iii. Olive F., b. Jan. 1, 1902. 

iv. John Hayes, b. Oct. 1, 1903. 

V. Charlea Henry, b. Deo. 17, 1906; d. Feb. 19, 1907. 



George Mitchell* Loring (Davids C.^, Davids, 
Solomon^y Solomon^, John\ John^, Thomas^), bom at. 
Yarmouth, Me., Febmary 14, 1861; married lUda, daugh- 
ter of Henry Hall and Adelaide Laurinda (Norcott) 
Craggy. 

He was long the bookkeeper of the Forest Paper Com* 
pany and a much respected citizen; a member of the 
Unitarian Church and of the Knights of Pythias fraternity. 

He died August 10, 1915. 

Children: 

960. i. Paul Cuahing*, b. Jan. 17, 1890. 

ii. Ralph Norcott, b. July 8, 1894. 

iii. Maurice Mitchell, b. Jan. 17, 1898. 

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332 LOBING OSNEALOGT 

823. Chatjnct' Lobing (Abet^ Ivaet?, Ahd\ Jonor 
ihan\ Ivae^^ John\ Thamas^)^ bom at Petersham Octo- 
ber 8, 1830; married at Hopldnton April 27, 1862, Mary 
Frances, daughter of Jonas W. and Mary W. (Cushman) 
Mowry, bom at Lebanon, N. H., September 10, 1835, died 
at Barre March 14, 1887. 

He studied at Wesleyan University one year. Taught 
school at Barre for a time. 

He lived a short time at New York city, then at Barre. 
Was a carriage manufacturer. 

He died January 11, 1884. 

Children: 

i: Mary Carlotta*, b. Sept. 1, 1869; d. May 4, 1889. 
ii. Frederick M., b. Nov. 1, 1878; d. Sept. 7, 1874. 



. 824. Pabx HoiiLand* Lobino (Abet^ /«riM{*, Abet^ 
Jonathan^ Igraefiy John\ Thomat^)^ bom at Petersham 
February 4, 1832; married Louisa E. Nash. 

''He removed to Benton, 0.'' Studied medicuie at 
the University of Michigan. Was an assistant surgeon 
in the Union Army. 

He died March 16, 1865. 

Child: 

Geoife H.*, b. July 11, 1862; d. at Boston Aug. 8, 1908. 

826. Lewis Whitnbt^ Lorino {AheVy Israel, Ahd^j 
Jonathan^ ItraePj John\ Thamaa^), bom at Petersham 
August 9, 1834; married first, Novemb^ 6, 1870, Lucy 
P., daughter of Joseph and Fanny Brown. He married 
second, at Boston June 1, 1893, Augusta Maria Manning, 
daughter of Joel and Lucy (Newton) Baker, bom at 
Gardner, died at Holden February 2, 1904, aged 66 years 
and 11 months. 

He studied medicine at the Univ^^ity of Michigan; 
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826. OuvEB W.« LoBiNO {WiUiam WJ, Israel^, Abel\ 
Jonathan:^, ItraePy John\ Thomas^), bom at Petersham 
May 25, 1847; married at Winchendon March 19, 1874, 
Juliette Augusta, daughter of David and Abigail (Deimis) 
Randall, who died at Barre August 2, 1908. 

He died April 7, 1900. 

827. William Edwin® Loring {WiUiam T.\ WiUiam^, 
Abel^f Jonathan^ Israel* , John\ Thomas^) ^ bom at Spencer, 
N. Y., March 8, 1842; married first, October 16, 1865, 
Alice Adelia Shepherd. He married second. May 5, 
1915, Anna Cameron. 

He was brought up on his father's farm at Newark 
Valley, N. Y. He enlisted in the 141st Pennsylvania 
Volimteer Infantry in the early days of the War of the 
Rebellion and served in the leacUng campaigns; was 
woimded at Chancellorsville and at Gettysburg, the latter 
a very severe hip wound from whose effects he has been 
permanently lame. He went west after the war and 
lived at Osbum, Mo., awhile, then homesteaded at 
Osceola, Neb., and helped build up that town and (Con- 
gr^ational) Church. Was elected County Judge. In 
1882 he removed to Santa Rosa, California, and was in 
the furniture business again. In 1894 removed to La 
Mesa, eleven miles northeast from San Di^o, Cal. 

Child: 
964. William Arthll^^ b. May 19, 1872. 

828. Samuel Ulra« Loring {WiUiam T.\ WiUianfi, 
Ahd^y Jimaihan^j Israel* ^ John^j Thamaa^), bom at Spencer, 
N. Y., August 14, 1846; married first, in 1876, Louise, 
daughter of John Henry and Mira Louisa (Merchant) 
Hand, who died June 19, 1891. He married second, 
August 30, 1900, Margaret C, daughter of Watsqn Phile- 
tus and Margaret (Prentice) HoUister, bom October 22, 
1891. 

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He died April 28, 1914. Mrs* Loring is proprietor of 
The Loring Floral Co., Newark Valley, N. Y. 

Children: 

i. Theodore', b. in 1877; d. e. 9 moe. 

ii. Edwin Clare, b. Mar. 1, 1879; res. at Cobb, Lake Co., Cal. 

829. Chablbs Merrick^ Loring {Joseph F.', Na- 
thaniel^, Abel\ Jonathan^ IsraeP, John\ Thomatf), bom 
at Worcester June 2, 1844; married Elisabeth E. Heedd. 

He learned the iron and stove business with his father 
in Worcester and succeeded to the business in 187L 

Children: 

L Violet Bell*, b. Mar. 30, d. Apr. 2, 1872. 
ii. Violet Isabella, b. at Revere Oct. 1, 1876. 
iii. Ethel Merrick, b. at Revere Sept. 15, 1882. 

830. Charles Nelson^ Loring {Nelean^, Nathaniel, 
Abel^, Jonathan^ IsraeP, John\ Thomas^), bom at Barre 
Novemb^ 16, 1852; married Kate Simonds. 

Removed to Montana; engaged in mining. 

Children: 

i. Charles*.' 
ii. Adele. 

831. David^ Loring {David', Nathaniel^, Abel^, Janor 
ihan\ Israel*, Johv?, Thoma^), bom at Boston April 7, 
1852; married at Salem April 25, 1878, Sarah Elizabeth, 
daughter of William H. and Caroline (Millett) Johnson, 
bom Octob^ 15, 1853. 

He entered the banking business; is (1917) in the firm 
of Loring, Tolman and Tupper, in Boston. 

Child: 

Alice*, b. Nov. 30, 1879; m. Dec. 8, 1909, Friedrich D. K. 

Siegener, b. in Germany. Res. Brookline. 
Children: 

1. Adolph Loring Siegener, b. Apr. 22, 1911. 

2. Elisabeth Siegener, b. Feb. 23, 1913. 



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832. Habrt Parkman* LoBmo (David', NaOianiel^, 
Abel^, Jonathan^, Israel\ John\ Thomtuf), bom at Boston 
June 4, 1854; married February 1, 1882, Ella Miller, of 
Afarion City, la., daughter of George R. and Mary E. 
(Burchinal) Miller, bom at Rossville, la., September 18, 
1859. 

Resides at Lone Tree, la.; is a lumb^ dealer. 

Children: 

i. Lois*, b. Oct. 14, 1883. 

ii. Grace, b. Feb. 16, 1886; m. CecO E. Cari; res. at Sioux City, 

la. 
iii. David MiUer, b. July 19, 1887. 



833. Arthxjb Newton^ LiORIng {WiUard'y NaJthanUV, 
Abel^, Jonathan:^, Israel^ John\ Thomas^), bom at Natick 
November 20, 1863; married at San Di^o, Cal., June 3, 
1891, Elizabeth Hadigan. 

He igid his brother Edmund Willard Loring established 
and have successfully carried on the business of book- 
sellers, stationers and school suppli^^ in the city of. San 
Di^o, Cal. 

He is an esteemed citizen, and the firm is one of the 
substantial ones of the city. 

Children: 

i. Marjory Luda', b. Oct. 29, 1892. 

ii. Dorothy Ida, b. Jan. 20, 1894. 

iii. Ruth Mary, b May 9, 1895. 

iv. Elutabeth. b. Dec. 8, 1900. 

▼. Carolyn b Aug. 11, 1902. 

71. Eugenie, b Mar. 9 1905. 



884. Hubert WHrmBR* Lobino {WiUard', NathanieP, 
AbeV^j Jonathan^, Israel^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Mil- 
ford February 2, 1872; married at Belize, British Hon- 
duras, September 30, 1904, Jessie Mary Scott. He is an 
electrical engineer; has charge of the Electric light and 
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Children: 

i. Lucy Miles*, b. Aug. 1, 1906. 

ii. Hubert Scott, b. Nov. 19, 1908. 

iii. Mary Alice. 

iv. Joseph Henry, b. Aug. 30, 1913 ; d. Dec. 16, 1915. 

836. Elmer Hastings" Loring {John WJ, Elmer*, 
John\ Jonathan^ Israel, John\ Thomas^), bom at Worces- 
ter June 17, 1853; married there April 27, 1876, Clara 
T., daughter of Moses M. and H. A. Young, aged 23. 

He has be^i in the organ manufacturing business at 
Worcester. 

Child: 
905. Burton Ehner*, b. Dec. 11, 1879. 

836. William Caleb" Loring (Caleb W.\ Charles 0.\ 
CaleVy Caleb^, CakV^ John\ Thomas^), bom at Beverly 
August 24, 1851; married Septemb^ 25, 1883, Susan 
Mason, daughter of Amos Adams and Sarah E. ( Appleton) 
Lawrence. 

He attended the schools of Fette and Dixwell in Bos- 
ton; entered Harvard Collie in 1868; detvr in 1870; 
graduated A.M. in 1872; LL.B. cum laude, 1874; LL.D., 
1901. Was a Phi Beta Kappa man and at the same time 
captain of the university crew. Was admitted to the 
bar in 1874; Assistant to the Attomey-Oeneral of Massa- 
chusetts in 1876; solicitor of the New York and New 
England Raib-oad, 1881-1885. Joined the firm of Ropes, 
Gray and Loring in 1878, withdrawing when he was ap- 
pointed a Justice of the Supreme Judicial Court of the 
Commonwealth in 1899. He is a vice-president of the 
Massachusetts Humane Society; member of the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society, the American 
Academy of Arts and Sciences, the Saturday Club and 
the Club of Odd Volumes. 

He is a citizen of Boston; has estates at Bartlett's 
Island, Me., and at Pride's Crossing, where he is interested 
in farming, gardening and raising pedigreed cattle, as 
well as in boating. 



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EIGHTH GENXRATION 337 

837. AiTOtJBTUS Pbabodt^ Lobino {Cateh WJ^ Charles 
0.\ Calebs, Caieb", ColeV, John\ Thomas'), bom at Bob- 
ton Deoember 7, 18&7; married at Boston June 3, 1884, 
Elkn, daughter of George and Elixa (Feabody) Gardner, 
bom at Boston February 24, I860. 

He attended the schools of Fette, Dixwell and Noble; 
was graduated from Harvard University, A.B., in 1878; 
LL.B. cum laude in 1881. Was admitted to the bar the 
same year and entered the firm of Brooks, Ball and Storey. 
In 1882 he entered his father's office; after his death he 
formed the firm of Loring and Coolidge, now Loring, 
Coolidge and Noble. 

In 1803 he published a ''Trustees' Handbook'' which 
is in genial use among trustees and as a textbook in 
several law schools. He was consulted by the railroads 
entering Boston on the south as to the site of a union 
station, and the acquisition of the land, about thirty 
acres in the heart of the city, for the South Terminal 
and the Back Bay Stations was entrusted entirely to 
him. 

In 1897 he became the president of the Plymouth Cord- 
age Company, and has given much of his time to the 
management of manufacturing, real estate and banking 
companies. He has thus been in all parts of this country, 
and in close contact with many laboring men, in whose 
welfare he has taken a profound interest. He presented 
the employees of the Cordage Company with a library 
in memory of his father, which was the beginning of 
many schemes of betterment carried out in that plant. 

He has been active in politics at times; when Gen. 
B. F. Butler was seeking the governorship of this State 
Mr. Loring was one of the five members of the Republican 
State Committee which was efficient in defeating that 
scheme and securing the election of Governor Robinson. 
He is a member of the Constitutional Convention of 1917. 

He lives in Boston in winter, but has been a dtiMi of 
Beverly since he first voted; has a large estate at Pride's 
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of which he carries on f anxung and gardening and the 
raising of pedigreed cattle. He has always bera interested 
in athletics; was captain of his class and for some time of 
the ^^Varsity'' crew at Harvard, and has been interested 
in international yacht races. 

Children: 
966. i. Augustus Peabody, Jr.', b. Apr. 16, 1885. 

ii. Caleb, b. at Boston Feb. 8, 1888; attended Noble and 
(hee&ough's School; grad. Harv., 1010; rowed in 
Univenity four oar erew; made a tour around the world; 
went into business in his father's office. Is a eitisen of 
Beveriy, where he has served as alderman. He enlisted 
as gunner's mate in the U. 8. Naval Reserve in Apr., 
1917. 

iii. Ellen Gardner, b. at Pride's Crossing May 2, 1880; m. July 
10, 1912, Samuel Vaughan, of Boston, son of William W. 
and Ellen (Parkman) Vaughan, b. Apr. 18, 1888. They 
live at Beverly Farms. He vol. in U. S. Engineers Juity, 
1917. 
Children: 

1. Louisa Loring Vauf^um, b. May 20, 1918. 

2. Samuel Vau^ian, Jr., b. Sept. 29, 1915. 

3. WiUiam Vaughan, b. Aug. 18, 1917. 

8S7a. Charles Greelt' LiORmo (Charles 0.^ Charles 
G.\ CaleV, Caleb\ Caleb", John\ Thomas^), bom at Pride's 
Crossing October 28, 1881; married August 4, 1915; at 
the Chapel Royal, London, Katharine Alice, daughter of 
United States Ambassador Walter Hmes Page and Mrs. 
WiUia Alice (Wilson) Page. 

He was graduated at Harvard in 1903; spent two years 
at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and two 
at the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Paris. Was in the ofiGice of 
Cass Gilbert, architect, New York; then opened an office 
at Boston with Joseph Leiand as partner. The Waltham 
Public Library is one of their works. He resides at 
Boston and Chocorua, N. H. 

9M. Benjamin J.* Losing {Joseph'j Joseph^, Ben- 
janUn", Benjamin^ Bevjamin^, Benjamifi?, Thovnatf), 
bom at Charlestown November 6, 1817; married Elisar 
beth, daughter of James M. and Ann (Atkins) Gunning, 



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bom in England March 17, 1819| died at Braintree Decem- 
ber 12, 1908. 

He resided at Braintree and Weymouth. He died 
February 7, 1895. 

Children: 
Wl. i. Beniamin J.^ Jr., b. in 1842. 

972. ii. Charles Henry, b. Mar. 10, 1844. 

iii. Lucy Elwell, b. Jan. 3, 1846; d. Feb. 16, 1802. 
iv. Amoe A., b. July 8, 1848. 

973. V. Robert M., b. Oct. 22, 1849. 

vi. Eliaa Jane, b. Feb. 26, 1853; m. Not. 4, 1876, Edward 
Ludden. 

974. vii. Bion A., b. in 1857. 

975. Yiii. Willie Joseph, b. Sept. 11, 1860. 

839. William^ Lorino {William', J(mp¥, Benjamin^ 
Benjamin^ Benjamin*, Benjamin\ Thoma^), bom in 
1820; m. Sarah Davis. 

A mat weaver; lived at the comer of J and 2d Streets, 
Boston, in 1846. ''Had two children." 

ChUd: 

Oliver E.*, " b. in Boston, a painter, married, son of William 
and Sarah, d. at Boston S^t. 16, 1911, ae. 62 years and 
26 days; res. at Walpole." 

840. Thohas C* Lobinq {WiUiarn'', Joseph^ Benr 
jamin^, Benjamin^ Benjamin^ Benjamin\ Tharmui^), bom 
at Boston in 1828; married first, Laura, danghta* of 
Jacob and Louisa Beats; she died April 124, 1868. He 
married second, April 27, 1870, Almira A., daughter of 
Edward and Lucinda Moulton. 

He died at Hudson March 22, 1884, ''aged 56 years/' 

Children: 

i. Laura Elizabeth*, b. Feb. 8, 184d; m. Nov. 29, 1871, Ben- 
jamin E. Baker, 
ii. Mira Isabella, b. Apr. 17, 1871. 

840a. Charles Henrt* Lobino {WiUiam HJ, Datn^, 
John*, John^f John*, John^, Thomas^), bom at Dorchester 
December 25, 1847; married first, June 25, 1875, Hen- 
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bom in England; she was bom at Camtnridge in 1850, 
and died at Walpole April 20, 1887. He nuuried seoond, 
October 4, 1888, Eunice Amanda Hudson, bom in Nova 
Scotia. 

Residence, Walpole. 

Children: 

i. Henrietta Joeephine*, b. Aug. 10, 1876; m. June 14, IQllt 

Charles H. Allen, of Norwood, 
ii. Charles R., b. in 1880; m. Jan. 6, 1900, Annie Horanoe 

Bamsey. 
•77. iii. George Franklin, b. Get. 21, 1882. 

iv. Willie W.,b. Mar. 23, d. Aug. 28, 1886. 

V. Frederick Harrison, b. Apr. 10, 1889. 

vi. James Wallace, b. July 13, 1890. 

vii. yivianEstelle,b. June 16, 1892. 

viii. Harris Eveieit, b. Aug. 7, 1804. 

ix. Eva M., b. July 31, 1898; d. Sept. 6, 1901. 

X. Sarah, b. Aug. 2, 1900. 

xi. Eunice, b. Mar. 13, 1903. 

xii. Edward Williams, b. Mar. 22, 1906. 

xiii. Ira Raymond, b. Nov. 14, 1907. 

841. George^ Loring {DavidJ, Dtwid^, Davidf^ Darid^^ 
Benjamin^ Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom August 27, 1825; 
married November 22, 1848, Ann D., daughter of Rev. 
Samuel and Sarah Alden (Bradford) Ripley, of Concord, 
bom July 12, 1829, died August 6, 1852. He removed 
to Portland, Ore.; died March 25, 1908. 

Child: 
977a. David', b. Mar. 26, 1860. 

842. Henrt Kirk* Lorino {Henry KJ^ Henty^, JcfnOf- 
ihan^f Damd^f Benjamn\ Ber^amin\ Thotnas^), bom in 
1847; married October 27, 1870, Rachel D. Berry. 

He resided at Walla WaUa, Wash., in 1880. 
He died at Antrim, N. H.; funeral at the house of his 
daughter at Milton, Mass., June 14, 1916. 

Child: 

Mary FranoeB^ b. Sept. 11, 1872; m. J. B. Rablin. 

MS, WiLLiAH Henrt* Lobing {Jonathan HJ^ Henri^ 
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at Dorchester August 21, 1835; married Esther Qapp. 

He went to San Francisco, Cal., in a sailing vessel in 
1862, and was with Main and Winchester, dealers in 
hardware and saddlery, till 1899. 

He died October 3, 1901. 

Children: 

i. Grace*, b. Mar. 12, 1868. 
ii. Hattie, b. May 17, 1871 ; m. Walter Van Bugen« 
Child: 

Walter Loriog Van Bugen, b. July 3, 1897. 

M4. Gborgb Bbtamt* Lobing {Jonathan H.\ Henrf^, 
Jonathan^ David^^ Benjamin^^ Benjanrin\ Thanuul^), bom 
at Dedham September 24, 1843; married Jmie 21, 1873, 
Emma Jane, daughter of David A. and Jane A. Baker, 
aged 27. 

He became a member of the firm of Ordway, Loring 
and Ricker, hardware merchants in Boston; resided at 
Dedham. Was prominent in town and church. 

He died December 22, 1914; leaving a generous bequest 
to the church. 

Children: 
i. Ruth Baker*, b. Feb. 4, 1876; m. June 10, 1901, Henry 
Vuipl Conant. 
Child: 

Marion Eingsbuiy Conant, b. Apr. 28, 1902. 
ii. Marion Bryant, b. Mar. 9, 1884. 

846. Joseph Otlbt* Lobing (Jamei L.', Hentj/^^ 
Joseph^j David^j Benjamin^ Benjamin^ Thanuu^)^ bom at 
Farmington, la., November 3, 1857; married January 
29, 1890, Mary A. Peters, of Dallas Centre, la. She 
died November 9, 1894. 

He resides at Dallas Centre, la. 

Children: 
i. Frances Josephine*, b. May 28, 1891. 
ii. EvereU Otley, b. Jan. 4, 1893. 

846. Gboboe Hbnbt* Lobikg {James L.^ Henrt/^^ 
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at Eeosauqua, la., July 6, 1864; married at Dallas 
Centre, la., March 25, 1889, Idlian May Stevens, bom 
April 19, 1870- 

Children : 
i. Arthur LoveU*, b. Nov. 1, 1889. 
u. Roger Sheafe, b. Sept. 21, 1891. 

847. Fbank LrviNGSTON^ Lobino (James LJ^ Henrj^^ 
Joseph^ David\ Benjamin\ Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at 
Keosauqua, la., January 4, 1867; married at Dallas 
Centre, la., August 26, 1890, Carrie Elizabeth Zuck. 

Children: 

L Helen Zuck*, b. in June, 1894. 
iL A daughter, b. July 6, 1900. 

848. Francis Parkbr^ Lobino {WiUiain\ WiUianfi, 
Benjamin^, David^^ Benjamin^^ Benjamin^ Thomaa^)^ bom 
at Boston January 3, 1850; married May 17, 1881, Ida 
M. Nourse. 

He is a mathematical instrument maker in Chicago, 
lU. 

Children: 
i. William*, b. Sept. 9, 1882. 
978. ii. Albert Balph, b. Jan. 17, 1887. 

861. Pbbct' Lobino {James' ^ Janaihan^, Jonathan^ 
Samuel\ Samuel^, Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Chelsea 
February 14, 1874; married July 8, 1903, Mrs. Grace 
(Small) Huntington, daughter of iWerick and Anne 
(Poore) Small. 

Child: 

"Tirginia*, b. at Boston June 9, 1908. 

866. Robert Gardnsr* Lobino (WiUiam HJ^ Caleb 
Cr.*, CaleV, Samuel\ SamvePj Benjamin\ Thomas^), bom 
at Walpole (twin) September 23, 1868; married at Spring- 
field, 111., September 6, 1906, Susan Douglas Merritt. 

He was graduated at Harvard University, A.B. in 1882, 
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867. RiCHABD TuTTLB^ LoBiNG {WiUiam HJ, CdUb^, 
CaleVf Samuel\ SamueP, Benjamin^ Thama^)^ born at 
Walpole September 23, 1868; married at Cambridge 
June 15, 1898, Mary Amory, daughter of Joseph Daniels 
and Mary Plympton (Adams) Leland, aged 26. 

He was graduated at Harvard in 1892 and from the 
Episcopal Theological Seminary in 1899. Is rector of 
St. John's Church, Newton. 

Children: 

i. Richard Tuttle, Jr.*, b. Feb. 7, 1900. 

ii. Oliver Leland, b. Jan. 5, 1904. 

iii. John Oaleb Gould, b. Jan. 27, 1908. 

868. Pbescott* Lobino (Dwid W.\ CdUh 0.\ CaleV, 
Samud^, Samud^, Benjamin^ Thamaa^), bom at Boston 
May 12, 1859; married Septembw 16, 1885, Emma 
Theresa Angellotti. 

Children: 

i. ^nniam StoweV, b. June 18, 1886. 

ii. Harold AnielloUi, b. Oet. 20, 1889; d. Sept. 26, 1890. 



h Francis Huoo> Lobino {Darid W.\ Cdeb Q.\ 
CaMj^f Samuel^, SamuePj Benjamin^ Thama^), bom at 
Boston Novembw 19, 1862; married Emma Louise 
Reed. 

Child: 

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866. EufEB B.* LoRmo {Simeon Jf .^ Isaac', Simeon^ 
Thannu^, Thomas^, Tfuma^, Thmuu^, Thmuu^), bom at 
Plympton December 19, 1864; married February 18, 
1884, Alice B., daughter of Joseph and Mary Cushman, 
aged 22. 

He has resided at Plympton and Kingston. 

Children: 

L Frederick Wallaoe'^ b. Nov. 22, 18S7; m. Aug. 5, 1907, 
Edith E. Biggar, b. in Canada. 
080. ii. Ehner Morton, b. Sept. 15, 1889. 

iii. Mary AKce, b. July 5, 1891; m. July 6, 1909, Elmer Baton 

Harding, 
iv. Haid Browndl, b. Feb. 28, 1893. 
y. Robert Cushman, b. Dec. 15, 1897. 
vi. Isaac B., b. Mar. 1, d. in Sept., 1900. 
vii. Maurice Til8on,b. Oct. 29, 1901. 
viiL Doris Weston (twin), b. Oct. 29, 1901. 
ix. EthelynMay,b.F6b.20,1904. ' < 

866. Wilfred B.' Lorino {Simeon Jf.^ /aooc^ 
Simeon*, Thomoi^, Thomag^, Thomat^, Thomeu^, Thomae^), 
bom at Plympton October 7, 1859; married November 
27, 1878, Lucy K. Whitten. 

Residence, Kingston. 

Children: 

L A 8on'^ b. May 8, 1879. 

981. ii. Wilfred B., b. Dec. 4, 1881. 

iu. Alice H., b. Dec. 26, 1883; d. Apr. 21, 1885. 

iv. Lucy Estelle, b. Mar. 30, 1886. 

867. Henrt B.» Loring {Edgar F.«, Perez\ Levi?, 
Pereffi, Thoma^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas^), bom at 
Duxbury June 23, 1866; married first, at Plymouth 

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December 22, 1887, Bessie H., daughter of Ezra H. and 
Margaret Leach. 

He married second, at Kingston January 1, 1894, 
Clara A., daughter of Hamilton and Lucy £. (Peterson) 
Wad8worth,aged20. 

Children: 

i. Bessie Brodcs^^ b. Aug. 15, 1894. 
ii. Laura Linwood, b. Apr. 15, 1903. 

868. Waldo F.» Loring {Edgar F.», Perez^ Leiri\ 
Perex!^, Thama8\ Thanuu^, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at 
Duxbury in 1873; married at Kingston January 30, 1892, 
Minnie F., daughter of William E. and Mary H. (Peterson) 
Wadsworth, aged 20. 

Children: 

i. Basel Shirley^<>, b. Deo. 13, 1883. 
ii. Doris, b. Deo. 17, 1896. 

869. EnoiiR W.» Loring (Edgar F.«, Perez\ Levi\ 
Pereffi, r/iomas*, Thoma^, Thomat?, Thonuuf), born at 
Duxbury February 14, 1874; married at Kingston June 
28, 1899, Helen B., daughter of Elbridge H. and Sylvia 
(Atwell) Chandler, aged 21. 

He is a grain dealer in Duxbury. 

Child: 

Russell Chandler^^ b. May 8, 1903. 

870. Albert Otis* Loring {Edgar F.\ Perez^, Levi^, 
Perejfij Thomas^ Thoma^, Thamcu^, Thamaa^), bom at 
Duxbury September 14, 1879; married first, April 10, 
1905, Mary M., daughter of Martin and Ellen (Holmes) 
Hayward, bom August 10, 1881, died October 5, 1908. 
He married second, November 2, 1909, Sarah Maude, 
daughter of Alva P. and Susan (Hayward) Poole, aged 
25. 

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871. Herbert FRAjnujN* Lobino {Arthvr F.S Perez', 
Levity Pereffi, Thomas^, Thomae^, Thmuu^, Thmruuf), bom 
at Kingston May 24, 1873; married at Brockton Septem- 
ber 14, 1897, Annie E., daughter of Benjamin and Augusta 
(Ripley) Perkins, of West Bridgewater, aged 38. 

Chad: 

Earl Franklin^, b. Sept. 21, 18M. 

872. George Wilbur* Lorino {Arikw F.«, Perez', 
Levi^, Pere^, Thomas^ Thomas^, Thomas^ Thomas^), 
bom at Duxbury Febmary 22, 1877; married November 
12, 1904, Ella M., daughter of George W. and Clara W. 
(Peterson) King, aged 22, bom at Plymouth. 

875. Benjamin William* Lorino {Benjamin Tf .*, 
William L.\ William^ William^, Nathaniel^ Thomatf, 
Thomat?, Thomas^), bom at North Adams May 10, 
1867; married AprU 21, 1897, Marie de BeUarive Mayor. 

He is an attomey-at-law at Owego, N. Y. 

Children: 

i. Lins Marie'*, b. Mar. 9, 1907. 
ii. Priacina Alden, b. Apr. 20, 1910. 

877. Henrt Delano* Loring {Samuel A.*, laaac Z).^ 
SanvueP, WiUianfi, Nathaniel^ Thama^, TAomoa*, 
Thomas^), bom at Boston July 19, 1884; married. 

He is an electrical engmeer at Cincinnati, O. 

Children: 

i. Albert^*, b. in 1912. 
U. Samuel, b. in 1914. 

878. GusTAYXTS Smith* Loring {Wiliiam J?.*, Ouekwus'', 
Alden^ WiUiam\ Nathanid\ Thoma^, Thanuu^, Thomae^), 
bom at Boston March 11, 1870; married October 26, 1903, 
Edith L., daughter of James H. and Clarinda Ellis, bom 
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Children: 

I Waiiam Henry*®, b. Nov. 13, d. Nov. 14, 1904. 
ii. Doris Alma, b. Apr. 25, 1906. 
ill. Richard Curtis, b. Oct. 12, 1908. 

879. Bertram C* Lorino {Lawrence JB.^ Gwtavus'^f 
Alden\ William^, Nathanid\ Thoma^, Thomas^, 
Thomas^), bom at Reading September 10, 1882; married 
at Chelsea January 9, 1907, Sarah F., daughter of William 
L. and Eldora A. (Hyman) Almeder, aged 24. 

Children: 

i. B6rtram*^ b. at Chelsea Oct. 8, 1907. 

iL Norman Ahneder, b. at Winthrop Aug. 8, 1909. 

881. Elmer Percy* Lorino (Elmer^, Joseph SJ, 
NathanieV, Nathaniel^, Nathaniel^ Thoma^, Thmuu^, 
Thomas^), bom at Whitman October 25, 1880; married 
at Gloucester October 21, 1908, Ruth W., daughter of 
George F. and Ella S. (Delano) Thayer, aged 24. 

Chad: 

Ehner Thayer^, b. at Brockton Jan. 3, 1910. 

882. CuFTON* LoRiNG {Freeman A.', Jtuiah^, Jamet^, 
Danid^ Benjamin\ Thama^f Thomat^, Thoma^), bom at 
Winchester Septraiber 10^ 1879; married at Medford 
September 22, 1913, Elsie Maud, daughter of Charles 
Henry and Flora (Herrick) Randall, of Milo, Me., bom 
July 25, 1886. 

He is a journalist, on the sta9 of a prominent Boston 
daily. 
Resides in Cambridge. 

Child: 

Clifton, Jr.^^ b. at Boston Oct. 11, 1915. 

883. Webster Lovell" Lorino (Pefer^ Samuel W.\ 
JoV^ Jo¥, Solaman\ DavuP^ Thomae^ Tfiamas^), bom at 



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Hingham March 21, 1867; married July 3, 1889, lissie S. 
Estes, of Rockland. 

Chad: 

Nonna We6ton^^ b. Aug. 31, 1891. 

886. Fred Lbstbr' Lobing {John^, Samud W.\ Jc¥, 
Job^f Solomon^ DatndP, Thamcu^, Thofnas^)^ bom at 
Weymouth in 1870; married at Hanover June 11, 1893, 
E. Maudi daughter of Samuel and Joanna S. Keene, 
aged 20. 

Children: 

i. Fred Wi]8(m*^ b. Dec. 11, 1893; d. July 28, 1896. 

ii. Donald Leadiiigton, b. Jan. 28, 1899; d. July 23, 1900. 

886. Mason Laws' Lobing {James L.^ Samuel WJ^ 
Job^^ Job^f SoUmum\ Dam^, Thamas^y Thomaa^)^ bom at 
Hingham October 20, 1872; married October 24, 1900, 
Mabel W., daughter of Jacob and Jeanette Dexheimer, 
aged 21. 

Children: 

i. Mildred Viola>^ b. July 23, 1903. 

ii. Mabel Louiae, b. Aug. 14, 1909; d. May 25, 1910. 

887. John Lawson* Lobing (Edwin L.\ Samuel TF.^, 
JoVy Job^, Solomon^ Davids ^ rftamoa*, Thomas^), bom at 
Hingham April 19, 1887; married at Weymouth June 23, 
1911, Lottie M., daughter of William Y. and Arvilla 
(Wheeler) Sherwood, bom at Philadelphia, Pa. 

Child: 

Doris Mabel^^ b. Deo. 29, 1911. 

888. Abthub Fbancis* Lobing {Melatiah\ Job\ Job*, 
Job^, SoUmian*y Dam4p, Thomas^y Thomas^), bom at 
Hingham August 30, 1861 ; married June 6, 1886, Hannah 
F., daughter of Warren and Esther (Cudworth) Jacobs, 
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He died at Milton February 28, 1895. 

Children: 

i. Ernest Cudworth>^ b. Jan. 18, 18S7. 
ii. Geneva A., b. Deo. 12, 1889. 



889, Henrt Everett* Lorino (Melatiah^ Job'', Jdb\ 
Job^, Solaman\ DavuP, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at Hing- 
ham June 21, 1866; married at Westborough January 
8, 1893, Florence Linsley, daughter of Abijah and Abbie 
J. (Vaughn) Keith, aged 18 years. 

He has been a school teach^ in Boston. 

Children: 

i. Julian Capen^^ b. in Boston Aug. 16, 1899. 
ii. Ruth, b. Sept. 19, 1911. 

880. Gborgb Anderson* Loring {Eno$^, Enas^, 
EliphdUfi, Jc¥, SoUman\ DavU?, Thenuu^, TtumoB^), 
bom at Hingham June 7, 1857; married October 29, 
1896, Adelaide F., daughter of Charles and Abigail M. 
(Brown) Emery, aged 39. 

891. AxFRED H.* Lorino (Albert B.\ Albert^, EUphor 
lefi, Job^, Solomon*, Davifi, Thamcu^, Thomcu^), bom in 
1866; married at Hanover January 25, 1893, Jennie B., 
daue^ter of Elbridge B. and Lucy (Barker) BricsSi aged 
24 years. 

Children: 

i. Albert Briggpi^^ b. Dec. 6, 1893. 
ii. Ruth Jacobs, b. Mar. 9, 1900. 

892. John Franklin* Loring (John^, John', Davids, 
OHf^y Davids, David?, Thama^, Tlwma^), bom at Yar- 
mouth February 21, 1853; married at HoUiston February 
25, 1874, Mary L. Stowe. He was a sea captain. Resi- 
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Children: 

i. John Edward (or Howard)^^ b. Apr. 23, 1876; m. June Id, 
1897, Amy Nathalie, dau. of Francis A. and Keaa L. 
Naah, of Bridgewater, ». 23. 

ii. Chester Franklin, b. May 23, 1884. 

893. Edward Wells' Lobing {John^, John'', Danidf, 
Oti^, Davids, DavicP, Thama^, Thomas^), bom at Holli&- 
ton in 1855; married March 30, 1879, Alice Worthing- 
ton Fiske; she died at Whitman February 29, 1910. 

He died at Whitman April 21, 1910. 

Child: 

i. Harvey Well8^^ b. Nov. 28, 1879; m. Mar. 8, 1909, Mrs. 
Ella A. (Cassavant) Evans. 

8M. HmAM D.* LoRiNG {Hiram^ John', Davids, 
OHe^, David\ David^j Thomof^, Thomas^), bom at Dennis 
in 1851; married April 7, 1878, Abba A., daughter of 
William P. and Hetty K. Crowell. 

Children: 

i. Bessie F.^^ b. Apr. 24, 1874. 

ii Hiram Clinton, b. Mar. 14, 1878; m. Oct. 25, 1900, Paulina 

Bell Kelley. He d. at West Dennis Jan. 19, 1907. 
iiL William P. D., b. Aug. 12, 1882; d. July 3, 1901. 
iv. Edith Rose, b. Aug. 20, 1884. 

896. Georgb Edwin' Loring {Oeorge J7.^ John'', 
Davids, Oti^, David^ Davids, Thamcu^, Thomas^), bom at 
South Yarmouth August 24, 1866; married at Boston 
June 23, 1897, Laura A.^ daughter of George B. and 
Elizabeth R. (Hurd) Colby, aged 28. 

Child: 

George William^^ b. Mar. 18, 1898. 

886. Charlbs* Lorino (Edward 0.\ Elisha^ Davids, 
Oti^, Damd\ DamdP, Thamcu^, Thoma^), bom at New 
Bedford in 1836; married at Provincetown January 3, 



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1861, Rebecca W., daughter of Joshua and Rebecca 
Atkins; she died August 20, 1897, aged 59 years, 2 months 
and 15 days. 
He died Jantiary 14, 1895. 

Chad: 

Sarah EliMbeth^^ b. Mar. 2, d. Mar. 9, 1873. 

897. David Freeman' Lobino (WiUiam 6.^ David', 
Davidf, Otn^, Davids, DatrUP, Thamcu^, Thomas^), bom at 
Barnstable July 28, 1839; married September 27, 1855, 
Ellen M., daughter of William and Harriet E. Stoodley, 
aged 23. 

He was keep^ of Cape Cod lighthouse at North 
Truro, popularly known as ''Highland light," from 
May 15, 1873, till February 8, 1888; the position of this 
light makes it one of the most important posts of duty 
on the United States coast, and Mr. Loring faithfully dis- 
charged that duty. 

Children: 

965. i. Edwin Stoodley^^ b. June 12, 1866. 
ii. Battle May, b. Deo. 30, 1868. 
lii. Irene Freeman, b. June 18, 1878. 

898. William Gray* Lobino {William 6.^ Datrid\ 
Damd^y Oti^, Davids, Davids, Thomat^, Thama^), bom at 
Barnstable in December, 1840; married at Boston May 
3, 1861, Mary A., daughter of William F. and Sarah 
Blundell, aged 19. 

He became a sea captain at Provincetown and at New 
York City. 

Children : 

i. A8on^^b.Dec.l2,1862. 

ii. A daughter, b. Dec. 1, 1863. 

iii. Graoe Maria, .b. June 12, 1866. 

iv. William Thomas, b. Apr. 23, 1872. 

V. George, b. Oct. 9, 1874. 

vi. Robert, b. in 1876; d. Sept. 28, 1877. ' 

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890. Horace D.* Loring {Eieazer\ DamdJ, Dcufid^, 
Oti^, David^, Davi^, Thomcu^y Thomat?), bom at Hyannis 
January 4, 1856; married June 26, 1878, Christina 
Murray. 

Residence, Melrose. 

Children: 

i. Albert B.'^ b. July 8, 1879; d. Feb. 16, 1883. 

ii. Ethel May, b. July 19, 1883; d. Feb. 18, 1886. 

987. iii. AUred Robert, b. Nov. 25, 1885. 

iv. Grace Eliiabeth, b. Jan. 2, 1889. 

v. William Morton, b. Jan. 29, 1896. 

900. Chxstbr KiNG8n»u>* Loring (Eleaeer^, Daaid', 
DavuP, OH^, Diwid^, DavuP, TfiMuu^, Thomcu^), bom at 
Hyannis October 31, 1881; married Alice W. Oilman. 

Child: 

Jessie Marguerite*^ b. at Melrose Oct. 13, 1908. 



901. George Fulungton* Loring {George^f David', 
Davids, Oa^, David\ DavicP, Thomas^ Thomas^), bom at 
Boston March 18, 1861; married at Somerville July 16, 
1873, Sarah Frances, daughter of J. B. and Sarah A. 
Johnson, aged 19. 

He became an architect, head of the firm of Loring A 
Phipps, Boston. 

Children: 

966. i. Ernest Johllson^^ b. Feb. 18, 1874. 

ii. Gladys, b. in 1876; m. Nov. 9, 1909, Wm. Edward Barton, 

telephone engineer. 
iiL R^h Studley, b. Nov. 13, 1879. 
iv. A daughter, b. June 26, 1890. 



902. William Robwell* Loring (George*, David', 
Datidf, 0«w*, Davids, David?, Thomas^ Thoma^), bom at 
Boston February 12, 1861; manied Hannali Gibbens, of 
Melrose. 



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L HaieP^ b. at Somervffle Apr. 29, 1888. 
ii. Robert. 

903. LiNDBLOBT* LoRiNa {Thacher\ Elisha T.\ Edward^j 
Otis^f Damd^f Davidf^ Thcmuu^^ Thomtu?)^ bom at Brooklme 
June 28, 1871; married at Beverly September 17, 1896, 
Oharlotte Blake, daughter of Alexander and Mary 
Lynde (Sullivan) Cochrane, bom at Maiden in 1874. 

He graduated from Harvard University; resided some 
time at Newton; removed to Westwood. 

Children: 

i. William Ellery^^ b. at Newton Jdy 12, 1896. 

ii. Charlotte, b. Sept. 5, 1897; m. Sept. 1, 1917, Major Ralph 
Lowell, son of John and Mary E. (Hale) Lowell; he is 
an instructor in the military camp at Plattsburg, N. Y. 

iii. Mary Margaa^, b. at Westwood Jan. 16, 1909. 

iv. Lindsl^, Jr., b. at Westwood Apr. 19, 1911. 

906. Frank W.' Lobino {Henry F.\ Eliphdlet\ Elijah^ 
Ahnef*^ David^^ Davi^y Thanuui^, Thomas^), bom at 
Barnstable December 4, 1872; married firsty September 
4, 1897, Susan E. Bassett; she died September 7, 1898. 
He married second, January 29, 1902, Ella F. Stiff, who 
died June 26, 1907. He married third, at Hyannis June 
18, 1910, Mary Burr Baker. 

Child: 

Henry B.^^ b. Aug. 31, 1898. 

906. Wjuaau H.' Loring {George X.S Oiiee A.', 
Isacufi, Ignalitu^t Ignatius, Calebs, Thamcu^, Thanujuf), 
bom at White Pigeon, Mich., in 1871; married at Boston 
October 4, 1897, Amelia S., daughter of William F. and 
Elmira S. Duncan, aged 23. 

Children: 

L Mi^iam^^ b. Oct. 26, 1898. 

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907. Benjamin Fbankun' Lorino (James B.\ Chester 
A.^ Isa4ju:^, Ignatius^, Ignatiu^^ CaleVf Thanuu^, Thomcuf)^ 
bom at Sheffield December 28, 1867; married at New 
Marlborough October 1, 1896, Georgia, daughter of 
Edward and Martha (Middleton) White, ajged 19. 

He settled at Sandisfield. 

Children: 
i. Eatherine E.^^ b. Oct. 25, 1897. 
ii. Lizzie, b. Sept. 26, 1899. 
ill. Edwin, b. June 5, 1901. 
iv. Fred A., b. Aug. 21, 1903. 
V. Mary Marion, b. at Tyringham May 11, 1905. 
yi. Myra H., b. Mar. 4, d. Apr. 13, 1907. 
vii. Harry Alfred, b. Jan. 8, 1909. 
viii. Charles Marshall, b. Apr. 19, 1911. 

910. George Walter* Loring (Augustus £.^ Oearge', 
Friend, Ezekid^, Thomas^, CaleV, Thomas^, Thomas^), 
bom at North Bridgewater March 17, 1865; married at 
Stoughton June 14, 1887, Mabel Eaton, daughter of 
Henry E. and Henrietta Wilkins, bom May 4, 1866. 

Residence, Brockton. 

Children: 

L Henriette WiDdns^, b. May 31, 1888. 

li. George Byron, b. Deo. 1, 1890; d. Sept. 9, 1891. 

iii. Augustus Harlow, b. Apr. 30, 1896. 

911. Charles Thomas* Loring (John P.*, Seth L.\ 
EzekUV, Ezehvd^ Thomas*, CakV, Thama^, Thomas^), 
bom at Charlestown April 22, 1859; married first, June 
14, 1882, Emma J., daughter of James C. and Cathe- 
rine Barton, aged 20. 

He married second, at Chicago, 111., February 7, 1891, 
OtiUee Frances Trought, bom at New Lisbon, Wis., 
April 25, 1868. 

He is an electrician. 

Children: 
L Ray Edward^, b. Aug. 19, 1898. 
li. Eari Caasius, b. Oct. 10, 1898. 



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912. Robert Bartlett* Lorino (John P.*, Seth LJ, 
EzekieV, Ezekie?, Thomas^ Cak5», Thomas^, Thomas^), 
bom at Charlestown June 13, 1868; married at Somerville 
October 9, 1901^ Laura Wellington, daughter of Steams 
H. and Mary B. (Eager) Martin, bom June 24, 1871. 

He is a bookkeeper. 

Caiild: 

Dorothy**, b. July 29, 1902. 

913. Charles Franklin' Lorino (Joseph F.^ Joseph'', 
John*, Joseph^, Joseph^ Joseph*, John*, Thomas^), bom at 
Sterling Mkroh 29, 1832; married at West Wardsboro, 
Vt., December 29, 1859, Emily S. Moore. He served in 
the 36th Mass. Volunteer Infantry from August 9, 
1862, fifteen months till discharged for disability. In 
1867 he removed to Mankato, Minn. When in Worces- 
ter before the war he was employed by the Ames 
Manufacturing Company; after the war, in Mankato, 
he worked in a grocery store and bakery. Was a very 
companionable man and a great favorite with children. 
He had poor health after the army experience; he died at 
Garden City, Mum., October 19, 1889. 

Child (beside three that died in infancy) : 

Clara Faith^^ m. in 1900 Francis D. Pew, of Vernon Center, 
Minn. 

914. John Frederick* Loring (Joseph F.*, Joseph'^, 
John*, Joseph*, Joseph^ Joseph*, John*, Thornas^), bom 
at Sterling September 28, 1837; married in 1866 Hester 
Ann Eberman. He resided at Mankato, St. Petar and St. 
Paul, Minn.; he died at the last named place May 16, 
1890. 

Children: 

i. Nellie Edith^^ b. June 30, 1867; d. unnu, at Lakepprt, Cal., 

Aug. 20, 1896. 
iL Frederick NewhaU, b. June 9, 1871; haa been a printer, and 

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Diego, Cal. After a year he went to Honolulu, H. L^ 
and was in the office of the Paeific Commercial Adtmt- 
tiaer. 
ill. Lucretia Maud, b. Mar. 17, 1882. 

916. John* Lorino (Ira\ John', John*, Joseph^ 
Joseph^ Joseph*, John^, Thomas^), bom at Norridgewocky 
Me., January 30, 1834; married first, September 30, 
1862, Hemrietta, daughter of Orville and Sophronia 
(Holman) White, bom at Weld, Me., May 11, 1840, 
died at Lewiston, Me., June 6, 1865. He married second, 
April 2, 1867, Helen Maria, daughter of Ammi and Lo- 
visa Dillingham, bom at Auburn, Me., June 30, 1837, 
died at Thompsonville, Conn., August 20, 1909. 

He learned the trade of cabinetmaker and worked at 
it in North Auburn six years. Then he went to Cali- 
fornia October 22, 1857, via Panama; in 1859 he returned 
to his former fiome and work. He enlisted in the 12th 
Maine Volunteer Infantry Feb. 15, 1865, and served in 
Georgia till discharged March 6, 1866. In 1868 he re- 
moved to Holyoke and engaged in the fumitiu-e business 
with his brother Albert; and in May, 1871, made another 
change to Thompsonville, Conn., which has been his 
home ev^ since except for a residence of three years at 
Hartford, Conn., 1872-1875. 

He was a deacon in the Universalist Chiu-ch, a town 
officer and a trial justice. He was a Prohibitionist in 
politics. He studied Greek when past forty years of 
age, and read the Iliad, Odyssey and other literature. 
He was a very skilful workman; made fine violins and 
other nice pieces bf work, such as patterns for carpet 
manufactory. 

He died at Thompsonville, Conn., Wednesday, Decem- 
ber 9, 1903. 

Children: 

888. i. John Arthur^, b. at Auburn, Me., July 11, 1863. 

ii. William Henry, b. at Holyoke Nov. 7, 1868. 

iii. Paul Dillingham, b. July 16, 1871 , at Thomp6onyil]e,<}onn. ; 
m. at Boston July 31, 1911, Florence V., dau. of Andxew 
P. and Helen (Stuart) Schdl, a trained nurse, a^ed 32. 



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916. HxNRT Mabtto* Lobing {Ira^, John', John\ 
Joseph^, Joseph\ Joseph^, John\ Thomatf), bom at Nop- 
ridgewock^ Me., May 4, 1835; married January 30, 
1861, Laura Sophia, daughter of Bela and Roxana (War-- 
ren) Chapin, bom at Chicopee April 7, 1840| died at 
Springfield December 27, 1894. 

He was a cabinetmak^; worked at his trade at Port- 
land, Me., Lowell and Chicopee. During the Civil War 
he made ammunition chests; resided then on the road 
from Chicopee to Granby. He was in poor health much 
of his life. Went to New Orleans, La., in 1865, and was 
a sutler's clerk for a while; the change of climate improved 
his health. Was in the furniture business with his 
brother John in Holyoke some time. He was organist 
in the Central Baptist Church of Chicopee, and superin- 
tendent of the Sunday School. Removed to Springfidd 
in 1887. Was superintendent of a department of the 
Warwick Bicycle Company for eight years. 

He died at Holyoke November 4, 1902. 

Children: 

i. Lixsie Adelia^^ b. Oct. 26, 1863; m. Dec. 20, 1893, Will W. 
Bstchelor, of Granby; she d. Mar. 10, 1895. 
Child: 

Will Loring Batchelor, b. Feb. 14, 1895. 
990. ii. Edward Payson, b. at Chicopee Dec. 28, 1868. 

917. Edward Payson* Loring {Ira^j John', John*, 
Joseph^, Joseph^ Joseph*, John\ ThonuU^), bom at Nor- 
ridgewock. Me., Maxch 2, 1837; married at Fitchburg 
July 15, 1868, Hannah McMillan, daughter of Stephen 
and Mehitabel Stark, of Waterville, Me., bom in August, 
1843, died at Boston September 20, 1899. 

He studied at Waterville College in 1869, and then 
entered Bowdoin College and was graduated with the 
class of 1861. He entered the Union army as first lieu- 
tenant of Company B in the 13th Maine Volunteer In- 
fantry; served in the campaign at the mouth of the Mis- 
sissippi River, at Ship Island, New Orleans and Fort St. 
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the work of organizing the Ist Louisiana Heavy ArtiUery 
(colored) in 1863; was commander of Battery A. Then 
was acting inspector-^^eral on the staff of Gen. Thomas 
Sherman, and later major of the 10th Colored Heavy Ar- 
tillery, commanding the regiment, with headquarters in 
New Orleans. Was in that capacity in the Port Hudson 
Expedition. Was mustered out with his regiment in 
1867. Returned home and studied law at Norridgewock, 
Me., and at Albany, N. Y.; was admitted to the bar in 
Maine and in Suffolk County, Mass. Settled at Fitchr 
burg. Was special justice of the police court; president 
of the common council; was representative to the gen- 
eral court in 1872 and 1874 and senator in 1883 and 1884. 
He was on important committees and distinguished for 
insight, fairness and unimpeachable honesty. Governor 
Ames appointed him controller of county accounts in 
1887, and his administration of that office was strong and 
effective, a terror to evildoers. He was a very capable 
writer and speaker, a valuable worker for the Republican 
party, with which he was affiliated. 

From college days to the close of his life he gathered 
about him a host of devoted friends; his kindly spirit, 
his ready wit, his fidelity to his friends and his absolute 
integrity w^e always in evidence. A man without vices, 
clean of speech, calm and unruffled at all times, modest 
and affectionate. 

918. Albert* Losing (Ira^, John', John*, Joseph^, 
Jo8eph\ Joseph*, John^, Thomas*), bom at Norridgewock, 
Me., March 20, 1841; married December 22, 1865, Caro- 
line E. Wing; she accompanied her husband to his post 
in the Union army in Louisiana and remained till he was 
mustered out. 

He entered Waterville College in the class of 1861, but 
left to enter the Union army; went as a private in the 
regiment in which his brother was a lieutenant, the 13th 
Maine Infantry. Was company cl^k and after a while 
detailed for clerical duties. Was conmiissioned first 
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(afterward the 7th and 10th XJ. S.) Heavy Artillery, of 
which his brother was major. He was commissioned 
captain in November, 1864, and commanded Fort living-* 
stone. He was commissioned brevet-major November 
28, 1866; the company was transferred to Baton Rouge 
where he remained till mustered out February 22, 1867. 
Returning north he bought a farm at South Hadley and 
lived on it one year; in 1869 he bought the interest of one 
of his brothers in the furniture and upholstery store at 
Holyoke and made that place his home. 

Children: 

L George Albert^^ b. Aug. 8, 1867. 
991. ii. BeDJamin T^pan, b. Feb. 11, 1869. 
iii. Grace, b. July 5, 1870. 

iv. Caroline Ellen, b. Aug. 23, 1874; m. Walter Rowe, of 
Holyoke. 
Child: 

Winifred Caroline Rowe, b. Dec. 7, 1894. 
v. A daughter, b. Apr. 23, 1879. 
vi. Sarah Nye, b. June 21, 1880. 

vii. Ruth Winifred, b. Aug. 21, 1887; m. Dec. 7, 1907, Harold 
C. Martin. 

919. Ghablbs Edward' Lobino {John H.^, John'^ 
John*, Joaeph^, Joaeph\ Joaeph*, John\ Thorruuf), bom 
at Vassalboroi Me., July 30, 1850; married at Quincy, 
Cal., June 14, 1876, Antoinette Hartzell, bom at Vir- 
ginia City, Nev., in August, 1855. 

He was a farmer at a ranch ten miles from Quincy, Cal., 
till 1884, when he removed to Los Angeles, Gal. Carried 
on the business of a carpenter and builds. He was a 
member of the Methodist church. He died January 
1, 1893. 

Children: 

L Grace May^, b. Sept. 15» 1877. 
li. Anna Bright, b. Oct. 30, 1882. 

920. Hebbebt Pratt* Losino {Charles H.^, DanieP, 
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Sterling November 3, 1866; married October 29, 1904, 
Mattie E. Tohnan, of Little Britain, N. Y. 

He is an electrical engineer, with the Third Avenue 
Railroad in New York city. Resides at Ehnhurst, N. Y. 

Child: 

Marjorie Pratt^, b. July 22, IMS. 

921. Gbobgb Albbrt* Lobing (JejEferaon^, John HJ, 
Joaeph^ Joaeph^, Joseph^ Joaeph*, John\ Thomas^) bom 
at Littleton in 1832; married February 15, 1860, Diana 
M., daughter of Nathan and Drusilla Searles, aged 19 
years; she died at Gardn^ March 4, 1897. 

He removed to Marlow, N. H.; afterward lived at 
Templeton and at Gardner. 

Children: 

i. William Andenon^^ b. Feb. 28, 1861; d. at Gardner Sept. 

19, 1912. 
ii. Minnie Ellsworth, b. at Templeton Nov. 20, 1864; m. 

Sept. 28, 1883, Henry Jenkins. 

924. Stanton EhisTON* Lobino (/o«fctia*, Joshua', 
Thomas^, Joshua*, Neheimdh\ Joseph*, John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Chelsea September 13, 1845; married at Brookline 
November 17, 1869, Helen Maria, daughter of Horace 
and Elizabeth (Hom^) Bird, bom at Watertown. 

Children: 

i. Robert Sprague^^ b. Oct. 2, 1870; Harvard and MeadviDe 
Divinity Schools, 1807; pastor Unitarian church, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

ii. Helen Marg^uret, b. July 20, 1873; d. unm. Jan. 21, 1007. 
002. iii. Homer, b. Oct. 0, 1875. 

iv. William C, b. Aug. 10, 1870. 

V. Elisabeth, b. May 15, 1880; m. May 22, 1000, Thomas 
Weston, Jr., son of Thomas and Ellen 8. (Childs) Weston. 

926. Robert Pearmain* Lobino (Joshua*, Joshua', 
Thoma^, Joshua*, Nehemiah^ Joseph*, John*, Thoma^), 
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bunk, Me.| February 18, 1885, Adelaide Lizzie, daughter 
of William and Susan Mason, aged 26. 
He is a physician at Newton Centre. 

Children: 
003. i. Joshua'^ b. Dec. 2, 1885. 
li. Margaret, b. Apr. 4, 1888. 
iii. Ethel, b. Oct. 26, 1880. 
iv. Adelaide Mason, b. Aug. 7, 1803; d. Sept. 22, 1804. 

926. John* Lobino {Edward H.\ Henry LJ, Joshua^^ 
Joshua^, Joskua\ Joseph^ J6hn\ Thomas^), bom in Eng- 
land in 1854; married in 1882 Annette Julia Bayds. 

Children: 
i. Edward Joshua^ b. in 1883. 
ii. Katherine Adelaide, b. in 1884. 
iii. Anne Margaret, b. in 1886. 
iv. Robert Nele, b. in 1887. 
v. Ruth Winifred, b. in 1802. 
vi. Ethel Marian, b. in 1805. 
vii. Charles Michael, b. in 1800. 
viii. Mildred Joyce, b. in 1001. 

927. Arthub Hbnry* Lorinq {Edward H.\ Henry LJ, 
Joshua*, Joshua^, Joshua^, Joseph*, John^, Thomas^), bom 
in England in 1855; married in 1884 Norah Helen Watson. 

Mr. Loring has contributed an exceptionally fine 
'^ family tree" or table, showing all the lineal descendants 
of Commodore Joshua Loring (Number 86 ante) for our 
use. We are most happy to enroll these English cousins 
in their due places along with the American members 
of the family, in token of that bond which is ^'stronger 
tiian water," and has persisted through all the vicissitudes 
of a centiuy and a half since the commodore and his 
family went to the other side of the Atlantic. 

Mr. Loring resides at 18 Nevem Square, W. C, 
London. Besides his four children he counted in 1906 
twenty-three nephews and nieces. Several of these 
Lorings have stood bravely in this awful time and some 
have ab-eady given their lives in defence of England and 
humanity. 



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Children: 

L Mary Dorothaa^, b. in 1884. 

ii. Roger Watacm, b. in 1885. 

iiL Joan Marsh, b. in 1887. 

hr. Kathleen Rosalind, b. in 1890. 

928. Nblb* Losing {Edward H.\ Henry L.^ Joshua^, 
Joshua^^ Joshua^^ Jaseph^t John\ Thama^)^ bom in 
England in 1867; married in 1894 Mabel Alice Isaac. 

Children: 

L Elinor Edith^^ b. in 1895. 
iL John Nigel, b. in 1896. 
iii. Lillian May, b. in 1902. 

929. William* Losing (Edward H.\ Henry L.\ 
JoBhuaf^ Ja8hiui\ Joshiui\ Joseph^ John\ Thomas^), 
bom in England in 1865; married in 1905 Theodoeia 
Thackery. 

Child: 

John Hjenry^, b. in 1908. 

9S0. Walter Latham' Loring {Edward ff.^ Henry 
L.^, Joshua*, Joshua^, Jo8kua\ Joseph^ John\ Thomas^), 
bom in En^and in 1868; married in 1898 Violette Hen- 
rietta Marshall. 

He was Lieutenant-Colonel of the Royal Warwick- 
shire Regiment; was killed while leading his r^;iment in 
the German War in October, 1914. 
.We present his portrait, taken from the London News. 

Children: 

L CkxDstanoe Evelyn^^ b. in 1899. 

ii. Grace Lillian (twin), b. in 1899. 

iii. Henry TAtham, b. in 1900. 

iv. Edward Christopher, b. in 1901. 

v. Patience May, b. in 1904. 

vi. Madeline Frances, b. in 1905. 

931. Ernest Ejndbrslbt* Loring {Edward H.\ Henry 
LJ, Joshua*, Joshua^ Joshua\ Joseph\ John\ Tho7nas^\ 
bom in En^and in 1869; married in 1897 Ottillie Maude 
Messel. 



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Major C. B. Lorino 
34th Poona Horse 



LlEUT.-COL. W. L. LORING 

Royal Warwickshire Regiment 



We give again this week portraits of a number of officers 
killed in action. Capt. Philip Francklin, R.N., M.V.O., who 
lost his life in the sinking of H.M.S. Good Hope, was the son 
of Mr. and the Hon. Mrs. Francklin, of Gonalston, Notts. 
Major Charles Buxton Loring, of the 37th Lancers (Baluch 
Horse), was attached to the 34th Poona Horse, and was lead- 
ing an attack on the trenches when he met his death. He was 
the eighth son of the late Rev. Edward Henry Loring, of 
Gillingham Rectory, Norfolk. Capt. Hugh O'Brien had seen 
service in South Africa and India, and had both medals. Capt. 
Paget O'Brien-Butler had been mentioned in despatches by 
Sir John French. — Illustrated London News, Jamiary P, 1915, 



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Children: 

L Charlotte Ottillie^, b. in 1898. 
li. Annie Dulcie, b. in 1000. 
ill. Godfrey Messd, b. in 190L 

932. Charles Buxton* Lorino {Edward H.\ Henry 
LJ, Joshua^f Joshua^, Joshua^ Joaeph^, John^, Thomas^), 
born in Ens^d in 1871; married in 1901 Marie Antoi- 
nette Alexander. 

He was major of the 37th Lancers (Baluch Horse) 
and attached to the 34th Poona Horse; was leading an 
attack on the German trenches in January, 1915, when 
he met his death. We reprint his portrait from the 
London News. 

Children: 

i. Walter Watson Alexander^^ b. in 1903. 
ii. Nigel Trench, b. in 1906. 

934a. Manxtel* Loring {Manuel^, George H.'', George^^ 
Jo9eph\ Benjamin^ Thomatf, John^, Thomas^) ^ bom at 
Malaga, Spain; married in Mieres (Astiuias) November 
25, 1910, Marta, daughter of Ernest Guillhou, of La Clau, 
Bayonne, France. 

Children: 

i. Ana'^ b. Sept. 5, 1911. 
ii. Manuel, b. Mar. 17, 1916. 

934b. Fernando* Lorino (ilf ant<el', George HJ, George^ 
Joseph^f Benjamin^ ThonuuF, John\ Thomas^)^ bom at 
Malaga, Spain, May 9, 1886; married February 8, 1915, 
Cristina, dau^ter of Salvador and Angeles (Barroeta) 
Cortes. He is an engineer. 

Children: 

L Jorge^', b. Nov. 20, 1916. 

ii. Fernando, b. Jan. 4, 1917. 

iii. Salvador (twin), b. Jan. 4, 1917. 

936. Andrew* Lorino {Andrew J.*, John', WiUiam*, 
Isaad, William^ Isaa<?, John^, Thomas^), bom at Boston 
July 30, 1845; married at West Roxbury June 12, 1873, 



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Harriet A., daughter of William and Harriet Marshall, 
bom December 23, 1862, died February 10, 1906. 
He died at Boston December 6,«1902. 
Children: 
i. Bessie^, b. May 3, d. May 6, 1876. 
ii. Arthur, b. Deo. 5, 1878; m. Sept. 9, 1009, Bertha Hutchiii* 

son, ». 24. 
iii. Ernest, b. Dec. 7, 1880; d. Jan. 10, 1881. 
iv. Helen, b. July 26, 1887. 

937. Arthur Eugbne* Loring (Charles E.\ John J^.^ 
NoihanieVy Nathaniel^ laaacl^f DanieP, John\ Thomaa^)^ 
bom at Ashland November 7, 1876; married at West- 
borough April 8, 1903, Flora Belle, daughter of Francis 
Brewster and Sarah Isabel (Morse) Hutchins, aged 23 
years. 

ChUd: 

Ruth^^ b. Jan. 27, 1904. 

940. Robert W.* Loring (Jerome^, Robert McFJ, 
Peter^f Peter*, Zechariah\ Jaco^, John*, Thomas^), bora 
at Perry, Me., February 6, 1883. 

He is a merchant at Maccan, N. S., having succeeded 
to his father's business. 
Children: 

i. Jean^^ b. Sept. 3, 1910. 
u. Helen, b. Nov. 23, 1913. 
iii. Percy, b. Sept. 6, 1916. 

941. Wallace Stanley* Loring (Jerome^, Robert 
McF.\ Peter^, Peter^, Zechariah\ JacoV, John*, Thomas^ 
born at Maccan, N. S., Jime 13, 1890. 

He was educated at Sackville, N. B., and ordained to 
the ministry of the Methodist church in June, 1916. 
Is a pastor in Bermuda. 

942. Charles' Loring (Gilea^ SamueP, Davids, Eze- 
kiel^, John\ John*, John*, Thomas^), bom October 4, 
1838; married at Portland, Me., June 12, 1865, Estella 
P. Thoits, of Yarmouth, Me. 

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Children: 

i. Henry D.^^ b. June 2, 1878; m. Nov. 15, 1907, Beatrice J., 
dau. of James W. and Julia B. Barrett, b. at Peterboro, 
N.H. 

ii. Bessie F., b. in 1890; m. May 8, 1911, Wilder E. Brackett, 
of PorUand. 

943. Howard C* Loring (Giles^, SamueV^ Davids, 
Essekiefi, John\ John^, John\ Thomas^), bom at Yaxmouth, 
Me., June 4, 1848; married March 1, 1877, iSlla M., 
daughter of W. N. and Caroline (Roundy) Richards; she 
died April 15, 1901, aged 51 years and 7 months. 

He was a sea captain for some years. 

Child: 
995. EUiott W.*« 

944. Charles Welcome* Lorino (Alomo^ WiUiafn7, 
Davids, Ezekiel^, John\ John^, Johv?, Thomas^), bom at 
Pownal, Me., December 4, 1871; married at Portland, 
Me., April 21, 1897, Sarah L., daughter of James W. and 
Julia B. Davis, born July 14, 1869. 

He is a street car conductor; resides at Yarmouth, Me. 

Chad: 

Clarioe Davis^^ b. Oct. 20, 1901. 

945. George Franklin* Loring {CharleB HJ, WiUiam 
HJf Davufi, John\ John\ Johvf^ J6hn\ Thomas^), bom 
at Walpole October 21, 1882; married Mary E. Bryant. 

Child: 

Thelma^*, b. Mar. 9, d. Mar. 16, 1912. 

946. Charles* Loring {Lyman^^ Ammi MJ, Am\ 
Bezaleel^, Nich4>las\ John\ John}, Thomas^), bom at 
Kinnickhmie, T^., November 26, 1873; married October 
3, 1900, Bertha, daughter of Dr. D. C. and Alice M. 
(Stone) Darrow, of Moorhead, Wis. 

He took preparatory courses at normal school and at 
Phillips-Exeter Academy; was graduated in law at the 
XJniveraity of Minnesota; and was admitted to the bar in 



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Montana. FraciiceB law at Crookston, Mont., in 
partnership with Mr. Steenerson. 

Child: 

Helen^b. Deo. 17,1902. 

947. Fredbbick Mitchell* Lobino (George H. M.\ 
Abraham M.^, John ilf.*, Bezaleel^, NichoUul^, John\ 
John\ Thomas^) f bom at Charlestown November 9, 
1878; married September 7, 1904, Irene May, daughter 
of Benjamin and Margaret (Reed) Beshong, bom in 
Boston in 1883. 

Children: 
i. Frederick MitcheU, Jr.^o, b. at Melroee Nov. 29, 1905. 
ii. Eugene Reed, b. Deo. 16, 1910. 

948. Harold Amasa' Loring (Lincoln £.*, Amasd'f 
Bezaleel^j BezaleeP^ Nichola^^ John\ John\ Thomas^)^ 
bom at Portland, Me., June 27, 1879; married at Minne- 
apolis, Minn., April 24, 1913, Carol Ada Constant, bom 
at Jamestown, N. D., Novemb^ 15, 1893. 

He has gained good standing as a concert pianist and 
interpreter of good music; is a contributing editor of The 
Western Musical Herald. Has made considerable study 
of the music, legends and folklore of the North American 
Indians; has spent some time with certain tribes, particu- 
larly mastering the Sioux language and the sign language. 
Is a member of the Indian Rights Association and the 
Society of American Indians; has lectured upon the sub- 
ject. Recently connected with Baylor College, Waco, Tex. 

949. Charles SEWALL*LoRING(CAar^e9T^.^ Henry JS.^ 
BezaleeJ^^ Bezaleel\ Ntchola^^ John\ John\ Thomas^)^ 
bom at Lewiston, Me., June 22, 1887; married March 21, 
1912, Adeline Elizabeth Cook. 

He lives at livermore Falls, Me. 

Child: 

Viigmia Lol]i8e^^ b. Feb. 21, 1915. 

9B0. Albert Carpenter* Loring {Charles ilf .*, 
Horace'^, Nicholas^, Bezaleel^, NichoUu^, John^, Jdhn\ 
Thomat^), bom at Milwaukee, Wis., August 31, 1858; 



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married fiist, September 14, 1879, Ida Eastman; she died 
April 30, 1880* He married second. May 9, 1883, Ade- 
laide M., daughter of Williams and Susan M. Ingalls, 
of Lynn, Mass. 

He grew up in the flour milling business; organized 
the Northwestern Consolidated Milling Company, the 
third largest milling concern in the world, and has been 
president of the corporation. Is president of the Pilla- 
bury Flour Mills Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Children: 

i. Frod Eastman>^ b. Oct. 30, 1880; d. Jan. 3, 1886. 

ii. Haniet Hutchisson, b. June 3, 1888. 

lii. Francis, b. Feb. 14, 1890. 

W. Ruth, b. Apr. 12, 1887. 

Ml. John Samuel* Lobino {Hiram W.\ John S.J, 
Peresfl, BezdUeV, Nicholas*, John*, John\ Thomas^), bom 
at Lewiston, Me., February 23, 1870; married at Somer- 
ville July 30, 1896, Elizabeth Bragdon, daughter of John 
and Kate Schofield, aged 21. 

He died at Northborough January 17, 1903. 

Children: 

1. Robert Edward Lee>^ b. Sept. 26, 1897. 
li. Edgar Churchill, b. June 5, 1809. 

W2. Habrt Lawbbnce* Lorino (Hiram TF.^ John 
S.\ Peresfi, Bezaleel^, Nicholas^ John*, John*, Thomas^), 
bom at Lewiston, Me., November 19, 1871; married at 
Worcester September 9, 1896, Minnie Estella, daughter 
of Seth and Hattie (Cogswell) Gardner, bom at Newton, 
aged 21. 

He has been a letter carrier at Shrewsbury. 

Children: 

i. Lawienoe Gardner^, b. Mar. 11, 1899; d. Aug. 9, 1900. 

ii. Mildred Eatella, b. July 14, 1901. 

iii. Harriet Wing, b. Dec. 5, 1904. 

iy. John Seth, b. Apr. 11, 1907. ' 

T. Luther Hiram, b. July 4, 1915. 



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9M. Louis Towklbt CHtJRCHiLL* LoRma {Hiram 
TF.«, John SJ, Pere^, BezdUel^, Nichok^, John\ John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Lewiston, Me., November 14, 1877; 
married at Boston September 4, 1900, Elizabeth A«, 
daughter of CharleB R. and Jennie (Blake) Sims, bom 
at Canaan, Vt. 

He is a civil engineer; resides at Shrewsbury. 

Children: 

i. Harold ChurchiU^^ b. Jan. 10, 1003. 

ii. Dorothy Blake, b. June 7, 1006. 

ili. Richard Willett, b. Aug. 11, 1008. 

iv. William Hayes, b. Mar. 30, d. Oct. 4, 1011. 

V. Maloohn Stevens, b. July 18, 1015. 

vi. Louis Townley Churchill, Jr. (twin), b. July 18, 1015. 

vii. Norman Herbert, b. Dec. 16, 1016. 

M6. LoTHBOP Harold* Lorino {Ansel L.^ Jeremiah', 
Charles i.*. Lew*, Nicholas^, John\ John\ Thomas^), bom 
November 1, 1883; married Amy Preney, bom at Bath, 
Me. He is a machinist, residing at Bath, Me. 

Chad: 

Mary Eloifle^^ b. July 4, 1007. 

966. Elmer Lindbsro* Lorino {Ansel L.^, JeremtahJ^ 
Charles L.*, Lew*, Nicholas^ John\ John\ Thomas^), 
bom April 9, 1886; married Ethel B€»t, bom at Boston. 
He is in the shoe business; resides at Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Children: 
i. Ehner lindberg, Jr.^* 
ii. Joseph. 

960. Paxtl CusmNO* Lorino {George Af.^ David C.\ 
Damd^f Solomon^, Solomon\ John\ John\ Thomas^), bom 
at Yarmouth, Me., January 17, 1890; married August 18, 
1914, Caroline Isabel King. 

Resides at Camden, Me. 

Chad: 

Pauline CuBhing>^b.Feb. 17, 1016. 



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964. WiLUAM Arthtjb* Loring (William E.^, WiUiam 
TJ, William^, Abel^, Jonaihan\ Israeli, John\ Thomas^), 
born at Osceola, Neb., May 19, 1872. 

Resides in San Francisco, CaL 

ChUd: 

Marjorie*®, b. Aug. 7, 1903. 

966. Burton Elmer* Loring (Elmer H.^, John W^, 
Elmer^f Johvfj Jonathan^ IsraeP, John\ Thomas^), bom 
at Worcester December 11, 1879; married at Boston April 
27, 1908, Myrtice M., daughter of Leander M. and Nellie 
A. (Day) Drury, aged 26 years. 

ChUd: 

RusseU D.^^ b. Feb. 22, 1910. 

966. Augustus Peabody* Loring, Jr. (Augustus P.*, 
Caleb W.\ Charles Q.\ Cale¥, Caleh\ CakV, John\ 
Thomas^), bom at Boston April 16, 1886; married at 
Jamaica Plain Jmie 22, 1911, Rosamond, daughter of 
Alfred and Mary L. (Rice) Bowditch, bom there May 2, 
1889. 

He attended Noble and Greenough's School in Boston; 
was graduated from Harvard, A.B. in 1908; studied law 
and entered Mr. Bowditch's oflGice for the management of 
estates. He lives at Pride's Crossing; has been common 
councilman and alderman of Beverly and chairman of 
the planning board. Takes an active part in the Republi- 
can organization. He is a thirty-second degree Mason. 

He is second lieutenant in the Beverly Company of 
Home Guards, 1917. 

Children: 
i. Mary Bowditch^ ^ b. at Pride's Crossing Mar. 27, 1912. 
ii. Rose, b. at Jamaica Plain Apr. 3, 1913. 
iii. Augustus Peabody, 3d, b. at Pride's Crossing Aug. 24, 1915. 

971. Benjamin J.* Loring (Benjamin J.^ Joseph''^ 
Jo8ep¥f Benjamin^, Benjamin*, Benjamin^, Benjamin^ 
Thomas^), bom at Weymouth in 1842; married at East 



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Bridgewater April 27, 1865, Carrie F., daiighter of 
Joseph T. and Eliza (Brown) Ludden, aged 19. 

Chad: 

Carrie liuie^^ b. Dec. 3, 1866. 

972. Chables Hsnbt* Lorino (Benjamin /.^ Joseph^ ^ 
Jaseph^f Benjamin^f Benjamin^ Benjamin^ Benjamin*, 
Thomas^)^ bom at Weymouth March 19, 1844; married 
September 20, 1868, Maria Jane Moriarty, aged 22. 

Children: 

995. i. Charles Henry^^ b. Dec. 5, 1870. 
ii. Charlotte, b. Nov. 29, 1872. 
ill. George Benjamin, b. June 11, 1875; m. June 16, 1898, Its 

Gertrude Hyland. 
iv. Mary Elisabeth, b. Mar. 8, d. Aug. 11, 1877. 
V. Julia Florence, b. June 10, 1878. 
vi. Mary Geneva, b. June 1, 1880. 
vii. Louis, b. Apr. 3, 1885. 
viii. Cora Frances, b. Dec. 7, 1886. 

973. RoBBBT M.* LoBiNO (Benjamin /.^ Joseph^, 
Joeephfj Benjamin^y Benjamin*, Benjamin\ Benjamin\ 
Thomas^), bom at Braintree October 22, 1849; married 
July 26, 1873, Sarah E. RadcUff, aged 21. 

He died June 9, 1898. 

Children: 

i. Lucy^ b. Sept. 6, 1874. 
ii. Walter Henry, b. Oct. 11, 1875. 
iii. Emma Florence, b. Feb. 9, 1877. 
iv. Mabel EUen, b. Dec. 15, 1878; d. Sept. 2, 1879. 
V. Lulu May, b. Sept. 25, 1880; m. Nov. 19, 1910, Thcmiafl W. 
C. Stewart. 

974. BiON A.* LoBiNO (Benjamin /.•, Joseph^ , Joseph*, 
Benjamin^ Benjamin*, Benjamin*, Benjamin*, Thomas^), 
bom at Natick in 1857; married at Boston January 5, 
1879, Elizabeth, daughter of Philip and Frances Gunning, 
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Children: 

i. Benjamin Francis^^ b. Nov. 5, 1879. 

ii. Frances Holmes, b. May 29, 1882; d. Dec. 20, 1883. 

iii. PhiUp Robert, b. Sept. 28, 1884; m. at Chelsea July 19, 1911, 

Annie F. Maloney. 
iy. Frank Herbert, b. Jan. 31, 1887. 



976. WiLUB JosBFH* LoRiNO {Benjamin /.•, Joseph', 
Joseph^, Benjamin^, Benjamin*, Benjamin\ Benjamin*, 
Thomas^), bom at Braintree September 11, 1860; married 
April 5, 1883, Jemiie J., daughter of Benjamin F. and Mary 
J. (Randall) Robinson, aged 22. 

Children: 

i. Grace IsabeUe*^ b. Oct. 1, 1883; m. Apr. 15, 1909, E. Merrill 

Conary. 
ii. WiUie Carlton, b. Oct. 16, 1886. 
iii. Edith E., b. July 3, 1888; d. Nov. 26, 1893. 

977. WttLiAM* LoRiNG {Francis P.«, WiUiam'', WHn 
liam^, Benjamin^, David*, Benjamin^ Benjamin*, Thomas^), 
bom at Chicago, 111., September 9, 1882; married March 
28, 1909, Daisy M. Naylor. 



Child: 

William", b. Feb. 11, 1914. 



977a. David« {George^, Damd\ David^, Davids, David*, 
Benjamin*, Benjamin^, Thomas\) bom March 26, 1850; 
married at Brookline, May 6. 1889, Mrs. Frances Ingra- 
ham Borden, daughter of Richard Taylor and Sarah Ann 
(Hill) Bosworth, bom at Augusta. Me., December 18, 
1847. He was educated at Harvard University, became 
a civil engineer; resides at Portland, Ore. 



Child: 



David Loring, 6th", b. May 26, 1893; grad. Harvard Coll. in 
1916. Took the military training course at Plattsburg, 
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978. Albert Ralph* Loring (Francis P.*, William^, 
WiUiam^y DavidP, Benjamin^ Benjamin*, Benjamin^ 
Thomas^), bom at Chicago, Ill.| January 17, 1887; mar- 
ried October 7, 1914, Mary Elizabeth Clancy. 

Child: 

Fenion Parker^, b. Deo. 7, 1915. 

979. William Stowell' Loring {PreBcotP, David 
TF.^, CaUh G.^f Calebs, Samtiel\ SamueP, Benjamin\ 
Thamaa^), bom at San Francisco, CaL, June 18, 1886; 
married at Dallas, Tex., March 4, 1911, Mabel Vekna 
Reynolds. 

He is in the advertising business in Dallas. 

Children: 

i. Marjorie Angellotti^^ b. Sept. 15, 1912. 
ii. William Stowell, Jr., b. Mar. 1, 1914. 
iii. Frank Edward, b. Apr. 10, 1916. 



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980. EiiM£R Morton" Loriko (Elmer B.^, Simeon 
Af .*, Isaac'', Simeon^, Thomas^ ^ Thomas^, Thama^^ Thomas^, 
Thomas^), bom at Pljnoipton September 15, 1889; married 
at Providence, R. I., June 29, 1908, Bertha Leora, daugh- 
ter of Eugene Gardner. 

Children: 

i. Elmer Eugene^, b. at Eixigiston June 27, 1909. 
ii. Leora Alice, b. at Halifax Oct. 4, 1911. 

»81. Wilfred B." Loring {Wilfred B.\ Simeon Jlf.«, 
Isaac'', Simeon^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas^, Thomas^, 
Thomasi^), born at Kingston December 4, 1881; married 
at Brockton April 6, 1902, Gertrude F., daughter of Dr. 
E. H. and Mary L. (Pratt) Cornish, bom at Carver, aged 
23. 

Children: 

i. Viola Frances", b. Aug. 20, 1902; d. Apr. 4, 1903. 

ii. Dorothy Gertrude, b. at Middleborough Nov. 15, 1903. 

986. Edwin Stoodley^^ Lorino {David F.^ WiUiam 
G.S David\ Datrid^, Otis^, Damd\ Davids, Thomas^, 
Thomas^), bom June 12, 1866; married April 30, 1889, 
Sally Brown of Truro; ^e died March 1, 1913. 

Resides at South Braintree. 

He is a printer in Boston. 

Children: 

i. Beatrice", b. at Somerville June 11, 1891. 
iL Dorothy, b. at Cambridge Nov. 6, 1893. 

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986. Ernest Johnson^® Loring {George F.', George^, 
David', DatricP, Oti^, Davids, DatruP, Thoma^, Thomas^), 
bom at Somerville February 18, 1874; married January 
17| 1900| Elsie Sophia, daughter of George W. and Aliee 
E. (Hawkins) Lake, bom in Maiden December 13, 1877, 
died February 8, 1903. 

He is an architectural engineer. Resides at Som«*viUe. 

Child: 

George Danforth^S b. Oct. 1, 1901; d. May 29, 1902. 

987. Alfred Robert^® Loring {Horace D.\ Eleazer^, 
Datnd\ David?, Oti^, David\ David?, Thoma^, Thomas^), 
bom at Melrose November 25, 1885; married December 
24, 1907, Aleen M. Horton. 

Child: 

Dorothy Christiiia^, b. Nov. 20, 1908. 

988. John Arthur^*^ Loring {John^, Ira^, John', 
John?, Joseph^, Joseph^, Joseph?, John\ Thomas^), bom at 
Auburn, Me., July 11, 1863; married at Springfield 
June 16, 1892, Latu'a Lovisa, daughter of Alonzo and 
Sarah (Smclair) Johnson, bom at Canton, Mass., Novem- 
ber 7, 1858. 

He was graduated at the high school of Thompson- 
ville. Conn., in 1880; went to Lewiston, Me., and learned 
the printing busmess in the office of t&e Lewiston Journal. 
Went to Springfield and entered into business with 
Curtis B. WeUs in 1888, the firm continuing as Loring 
A Axtell. 

He was most diligent and persevering and won the re- 
spect of all who dealt with him. He was worthy of the 
title ''master printer," and built up a good business; 
''accomplished more in twoscore years than many a 
stronger man in fourscore." He is remembered for "his 
faithful service, his truly Christian ideals and endeavors." 

He developed a strong family feeling and conceived 
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notes of the late James Speare Loring, of Boston, as a 
basis and corresponded industriously and gathered ma- 
terials from printed books and various other sources 
till he had a large amount of matter, and announced that 
he was about ready to publish, inviting subscriptions for 
copies of the work. He received aid from many of the 
family in this, and especially from the Misses Katharine 
P. and Louisa P. Loring, of Pride's Crossing, who had 
made special study of the English field and obtained 
views, etc. 

But consumption had laid hold on his system and over- 
took him before he could complete the manuscript or be- 
gin its publication. 

The editor finds marks of fine work in the manuscript, 
the largest consideration of all the family, and readiness 
to do the fullest credit to all; so that the manuscript con- 
tains so much detail and extended writing that only a 
portion of its treasures will be issued in the present work. 
But Miss Katharine P. i^ring, who has purchased the 
whole* collection from Mrs. John Arthur Loring, will 
deposit the typewritten manuscript in its entirety in, 
the library of the New England Historic Genealogical 
Society, at 9 Ashburton Place, Boston, Mass., where it 
may be consulted by those who fail to find in these pages 
as much on any matter as they hoped to see. The re- 
quirements of a practical genealogy havb limited the 
present work to more condensed treatment of the several 
members of the family than Mr. Loring had generously 
planned. 

Mr. Loring was a man who gained great respect and 
warm friends. He and his wife were members of the St. 
Paul's Universalist Church, Springfield, in which he was a 
deacon, clerk of the parish committee and superintendent 
of the Sunday School. He was a ''Clevdand Demo- 
crat," an Odd Fellow, a Free Mason, and a member of 
the Sons of Veterans. 

He died March 11, 1906. His widow and daughter re- 
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Children: 

i. Helen Johneon", b. Apr. 9, 1894; a talented, winning giri, 
her life shortened by the disease whioh carried dl her 
father; she d. Jan. 28, 1914. 

ii. Lucy Janet, b. July 6, 1899. 

990. Edwabd Paybon^® Lorino (Henry Af.*, Ira^^ 
John'' J John*, Jo9eph^, Joseph^, Jo9eph\ John\ Thomas^), 
bom at Chicopee December 28, 1S&8; married January 
27, 1890, Katie A. Fitzgerald. 

Residence, Chicopee. 

Child: 

Edward A.", b. May 15, d. July 22, 1890. 

991. Benjamin Tappan^® Lorino (AWert^y Ira^, 
John'', John*, Joseph^, Joseph*, Joseph^ John^, Thomas^), 
bom at Holyoke February 11, 1869; married Luella M. 
McAllister, who was born at Elgin, 111. 

He studied medicine; practiced at Boston. Professor 
in the Homeopathic Hospital. 

Children: 

i. Sybester McAllister^, b. at Boston Nov. 8, 1908. 
ii. John Albert, b. at Watertown Dec. 6, 1909. 
iii. Edward, b. at Watertown Dec. 6, 1911. 

992. HoMSR^^ LoRiNG {StanUm D.^ Joshua*, Joshua*, 
Thomas^, Joshua*, Nehefniah\ Joseph*, John\ Thomas^) 
bom October 9, 1876; married Octobco' 15, 1901, Mary 
Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth R. (Le 
Favour) Bennett, aged 26, bom at Boston. 

Child: 

Elisabeth Benn9tt^ b. Sept. 24, 1903. 

998. JosHUA^^ Lorino (Robert P.*, Joshua*, Joshua\ 
Thomas*, Joshua*, Nehemiah*, Joseph*, John\ Thonuu?), 
bom at Newton December 2, 1885; married May 7, 1909, 



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Emma LouisCi daughter of Charles N. and Charlotte M« 
(Fleming) Sladen, aged 24. 
He is in stock brokerage business in Boston. 

ChUd: 

Louise Sladen", b. Jan. 30, 1910. 

996. Eluott W." LoRiNG {Howca-dC.^, GHes^, SamueU, 
Davids, Ezekiel^, John\ Johnny John*, Thamaa^), bom at 
Yarmouth, Me., married April 28, 1900, Emily L., daugh- 
ter of Albert O. Baker. 

ChUd: 

Eunice Alberta^ b. Aug. 20, 1900. 

996. Charles Henry^® Loring {Charles H.*, Benjor 
min J.*, Joseph'^, Joseph^, Benjamin^, Benjamin^ Benjor 
mtn', Benjamin^ Thomas^), bom at Braintree Decem- 
ber 5, 1870; married at Wobum December 31, 1896, Qra 
L. Sheehan, aged 24. 

He was an engineer, residing at Wobum and at Brook- 
lyn, N. Y.; he died August 2, 1911. 

Child: 

Charies Henry", b. at Wobum Oct. 14, 1897. 



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Aaron K., 102, 267 

Abba A., 3fiO 

Abbie,d04 

Abbie A., 129, 252 

Abbie F., 208 

Abbie H., 306 

Abbie L., 129 

Abbie W., 203 

Abbott, 116 

Abby, 124 

Abby A., 241, 296 

Abby a, 209 

Abd, 65, 92, 161, 266 

Abigail, 13, 22, 36, 39, 
42, 44, 46, 47, 69, 70, 
74, 90, 124, 126, 128, 
140,143,181,237,304 

Abi^ B., 262 

AbigaU H., 267 

Abigail M., 141 

AbigaU P., 216 

Abigafl R., 231 

Abigafl 8^112 

AbigaU W., 211 

Abner, 40, 41, 68, 70, 71, 
118, 120, 203 

Abner B., 177, 270 

Abner D., 119 

Abraham, 147 

Abraham M., 160, 239 

Ad&E.,326 

Ada F., 261 

Ada L., 261, 269 

Ada M., 208, 283 

Ada v., 212 

Ada W., 209 

Addie,d04 

Adalbert M., 144 

Adalbert Means, 143 

Adelaide, 317 

Adelaide F., 349 

Adelaide L., 361 

Adelaide M., 140, 298» 367 

Adelaide R., 244 

Adele,384 

Ad0lia,238 

AdeliaM.,232 



AdeUne, 124, 188, 206 
Adeline A., 203 
Adeline £., 366 
Adeline F., 208 
Adeline M., 269 
Adella,269 
Aderine, 234 
Adoniram J., 128, 211 
Agnee, xiv, xv 
Agnes £., 103 
Agnes L., 310 
Alameda Tinker, 146 
Albert, ix, 121, 163, 160, 

204, 306, 346, 368 
Albert B., 205, 292, 349 
Albert C, 163, 322, 366 
Albert £., 243, 322 
Alberta, 146 
Albert H., 167, 210 
Albert L., 129 
Albert O., 277, 346 
Albert R., 342, 372 
Albert 8^280 
Alberta H., 322 
Alden, 63, 113, 189 
Alden C, 281 
Alden P., 200, 287 
Aleen M., 374 
Alethea, 63y 169 
Aletbea A., Ill 
Alexander, ziy 
Alfred, 121 
Alfred F., 330 
AlHred H., 204, 262, 291, 

292.349 
AtfredO.L.,263,330 
Alfred R., 291; 362, 374 
Alice, xiy, xvii, xriii, 64, 

70, 191, 281, 298, 324, 

334 
Alice A., 281, 333 
Alice B., 344 
Alice E., 239 
Alice F., 214 
Alice Q., 216, 272 
Alice J., 234 (302 

Alice M., 196, 246» 287, 
879 



Alice P., 288 
Alice W., 261, 360, 362 
Allen r,, 122, 207 
AhnaM.,328 
Almaria £., 276 
Almira, 143 
AlmiraA., 339 
Almira £., 161 
Almon Ignatius, 126, 210 
Ahnon R., 210, 300 
Alonio, 234, 317 
Althea,38 
AltheaE., 144 
Alaaleen, 187 
Ainalia,230 
Amanda, 299 
Amanda K, 301 
Amaratte, 221 
Amasa, S2, 160, 240 
Amelia, 61, 64, 330 
Amelia B., 89 
Amelias., 353 
Amie, 239 

Ammi, 147, 148, 236, 237 
Ammi B., 156 
Ammi M., 87, 149, 166 
Amos A., 338 
Amy, 243, 368 
Amy £., 211, 243 
Amy N., 360 
Ana, 313, 363 
Andrew, 234, 314, 363 
Andrew J., 232, 314 
Angelia, 190,200 
Angelina, 118, 119 
Angelina A., 118, 119 
Ann, Anne, 47, 48, 81, 95^ 
140, 175, 184, 224, 227 
Ann A., 117,167 
Ann B., 196, 307 
Ann C. L., 313 
Ann D., 142, 340 
Ann £., 206, 211 
Arm J., 276 
Ann L., 207 
Anne M., 116, 173, 361 
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Anns., 153,202,204 

Anna, Annah, 35, 39, 59, 
64, 70, 78, 84, 101, 118, 
149, 163, 169, 173, 195, 
205, 226, 256, 285-287, 
319 

Anna A., 117, 288 

Anna B., 116, 176, 309, 
359 

Anna C, 214 

Anna £., 259, 317 

Anna G., 159, 286 

Anna H., 174, 227 

Anna I., 177, 288, 331 

Anna J., 288. 331 

Anna K., 276 

Anna M., 243, 326 

Anna P.,111, 166 

Anna P. F., 196 

Anna S., 193 

Annette, 104 

Annette J., 361 

Annette W., 326 

Annie, 240 

Annie A., 252 

Annie B., 277. 280 

Annie D., 363 

Annie E., 346 

Annie F., 325, 389, 371 

Annie J., 257 

Annie S., 216 

Ansel L., 244, 323 

Anml P., 1 8 

Antoinette, 210, 359 

Apphia M., 131 

Arabah, 42 

ArabeUa G., 249 

ArabeUa J., 189 

Arabella L., 322 

Araxine, 146 

Artemas, 92, 163 

Arthur, 363 

Arthur G. P., 828 

Arthur £., 315, 364 

Arthur F., 185, 277, 291. 

Arthur G., 199 (84^ 

Arthur H., 190, 195, 282, 
280, 312, 314, 361 

Arthur L^ 213, 302, 342 

Arthur M., 227 

Arthur N., 261, 335 

Arthur P., 323 

Arthur W., 289 

Arvida H., 238 

Aaa, 53, 86, 149, 161 
* A8aF.,269 

Aaa L., 175 

AaaT., 149,238 



Aaenath, 257 
Ashley, 221 
Atherton, 198, 286 
Augusta M., 332 
Augustine, 238 
Augustine L., 128, 213 
Augustus B., 214, 302 
Augustus H^ 354 
Augustus reabody, iz, 

264, 337, 338, 369 
Augustus T., 169 
Auielia, 319 
Austin, 166, 316 
Avis B., 316 
Asuba,95 

Bailey, ix, 63, 111, 114, 

Bailey H., 109, 185 

Barak. 63, 108 

Barnabas T., 66, 199 

Bathsheba,71,94,95,126, 
154, 165 1373 

Beatrice, 257, 280, 303, 

Beatrice J., 366 

Bela, 83, 143 

Bela W., 143 

Belinda, 63, 107 

Belle a, 284 

Benet, xviii 

Benjamin, ix, 6, 7, 8, 10, 
13, 20, 21, 25, 35, 39, 
46,47,59,65,79,80,83, 
99, 100, 102, 106, 144, 
145, 157, 173, 175, 251, 
292 

Bemamin D., 113, 190, 

Benjamin F., 301, 354. 

371 {289, 328 

Benjamin H., 210, 251, 
Benjamin J., 266, 338, 369 
Benjamin P. G., 253, 330 
Benjamin S., 236 
Benjamin T., 359, 376 
Benjamin W., ix, 185, 186, 

278, 279, 346 
BentIeyE.,279 
Bernard, 114' 
Bernard A., 192 
Bernard D., 281 
Bernard F., 193, 284 
Bemioe G., 329 
Bertha, 139, 364, 365 
Bertha E., 251, 324 
Bertha L., 373 
Bertha M., 284, 321, 829 
Bertram, 347 



Bertram G., 282, 347 

Bessie, 287 

Bessie B., 345 

Bessie F., 350, 365 

Bessie H., 345 

Bethany, 124 

Bethiah, 79, 118, 124 

Betsey, 70, 73, 83, 101, 
133, 135, 144, 157, 199, 
205, 216, 218, 219, 306 

Betsey Jane, 156 

Betsey M., 131 

Betsey S., 83 

Betsey T., 122 

Betty. 79 

Beuiah,262 

Besaleel, 52, 53, 86, 160 

Bion A., 339, 370 

Blanch M. P., 329 

Blanche, 301 

Blanche G., 304 

Bonita,244 

Bonita H., 323 

Braddock, 62, 106, 107, 
184. 276 

Biaddock It, 276 

Bradford, 301 

Bradley, 165 

Brainard, 155 

Burma A., 301 

Burton E., 336, 309 

Galeb,ix, 13, 15-19, 22-24, 
32,33,41,42,50,56-58, 
61, 95-98, 104, 126, 
133,210,216,338 

Galeb G., 104, 180 

Galeb Hobart, 157 

Galeb William, ix, 168, 268 

Galista,161 

Galvin, 72, 126, 138 

Gampbell E., 183 

Gar! Glif ton, 286 

Garlos, 313 

Garol A., 366 

GaroUne, 108, 127, 146^ 
183,207,228,300 

Gaioline A., 166, 181, 263, 

Gaioline B., 262 (298 

Garoline G., 164 

Garoline D., 179 

GaroUne E., 270, 358, 369 

Garoline F., 259, 269 

GaroUne I., 368 

Gardine M., 104, 129, 
274. 301 

Garolme O., 240 

GaioUne T., 203 



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Caroline W., 194 

Carolyn, 335 

Carrie, 319 

Carrie A., 325 

Carrie C, 303 

Carrie D., 260 

Carrie £., 304, 342 

Carrie F., 308, 370 

Carrie L., 370 

Carrie W., 310 

Cassandra, xi 

Catherine, 84, 150, 191, 
208, 222, 223 

Catherine A., 276 

Catherine F., 267 

Catherine M., 234 

Catherine S., 115 

Cedric,322 

Cdeetia A., 210 

Celia, 33, 54 

Celia A., 192 

Celina,271 

Charity, Cheritie, xviii, 67 

Charles, 75, 85, 94, 110, 
122, 139, 144, 148, 150, 
186, 191, 207, 219, 
228, 236, 240, 295, 306, 
317, 318, 334, 350, 364, 
365 

Charles A., 192, 240, 246. 
252, 282, 325, 329, 330 

Charles B., ix, 190, 312, 

Charles C, 116, 164, 198 
Charles D., 120 [359 

Charles E., 232, 308, 314, 
Charles F., 180, 272, 305, 

355 
Charles G., ix, 97, 166, 

169, 171, 172, 238, 264- 

266,338 
Charles H., 160, 166, 179, 

181, 203, 223, 236, 239, 

240, 271, 306, 309, 312, 

339, 370, 377 1281 

Charles L., 87, 154, 244, 
Charles M., 107, 242, 259, 

263, 321, 334, 354, 361 
Charies N., 259, 334 [314 
Charles P., 202, 304, 310, 
Charles R., 155, 246, 248» 

324,339 
Charles S., 198, 242, 289, 

321, 366 
Charles T., 216, 303, 354 
Charles W., 207, 234, 269, 

298, 317, 365 
Charlie, 329 



Charlotte, 95, 129, 165, 

200, 295, 353, 370 
Charlotte B., 353 
Charlotte J., 227 
Chariotte O., 363 
Chauncy, 257, 332 
Chester A., 127, 211 
Chester F., 350 
Chester G., 302 
Chester K., 297, 352 
Chevalita, 172 
Chloe, 128 
Chloe L. D., 213 
Christian, xv 
. Christiana, 53, 54, 90, 127. 
Christina, 352 (231 

Christine H., 238 
Clara, 42, 127, 286, 311 
Clara A., 146, 261, 346 
Clara E., 279 
Clara F., 355 
Clara G., 188 
Clara M., 331 
Clara T., 336 
Clarence, 259 
Clarendon, 142, 233 
Clarendon £., 142 
Clarice D., 365 
Clarina, 150 

Clarinda, 129 (220, 268 
Clarissa, 63, 84, 110, 218, 
Clarissa'D., 148 
Clarissa O., 145 
Clarissa R., 257, 258 
Claudes., 251, 328 
Clementine W., 314 
Clifford E.. 193 
Clifton, 287, 347 
Clintha, 75, 132 
Comfortj 78 
Concepcion, 231 
Conrad, 273 
Constance £., 362 
Cora A., 300 
Cora C, 286 
Cora F., 370 
Cora J., 146, 314 
Cora L., 299 
Corn M., 145 
Cordelia, 213 
Cordelias., 317 
Cornelia, 127, 145, 166, 

205. 228 
Cornelia M., 325 
Cornelia W., 141 
Corwin H., 166 
Cristina. 363 
Cromwell, 33 



CiomweU L., 84, 147 
Cynthia, 108 

Daisy A., 304 
Daisy M., 371 
Damaris, 211 
Daniel, 15, 17, 19, 26, 27, 
34, 39, 42, 47, 48, 56, 66» 
73,74,80,82,94,95,106, 
117, 128, 129, 134, 198, 
Daniel B., 64, 116 [2!^ 
Daniel P. K., 194 

Daniel W., 165, 262 

David, 13, 21, 22, 23, 35, 
40, 41, 59, 66-70, 84, 
87, 90, 100, 117, 118, 
121-124, 141, 147, 155, 
158, 163, 173, 201, 206, 
234, 260, 267, 334, 340, 

David B., 205, 292 (371 

David C, 54, 89, 158, 254 

David E., 255 

David F., 296, 351 

David G., 155, 246 

David H., 205, 293 

David M., 154, 245, 335 

David R., 120, 202, 343 

David S., 173 

David W., 180, 273, 302 

Davis, 83, 85, 144, 145, 
148 

Deborah, 13, 21, 3547, 
51, 59-64, .66, 71, 78, 
79, 100, 105-107, 148, 

Deborah T., 157 (231 

Delia, 324 

Delia Ann, 154 

Delia M., 166 

Delia N., 262 

Delia V^ 302 

Delora £., 144 

Demmis,211 

Desire, 41,69,70,120,156 

Dexilla, 310 

Dexter H., 213, 301 

Diana M., 360 

Dolly, 73, 79, 152 

Donald, 283 

Donald L., 330 

Dora D., 312 

Dorcas, 87, 155 

Dorcas Dutton, 158 

Dorcas £., 154 

Dorcas H., 153 

Dorcas M., 155 

Doris, 345 

Doris A., 347 

Doris J., 330 



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DoriB M., 327, 348 
Doris W., 344 (373 

Dorothy, 148, 188, 366, 
Dorothy B., 368 
Dorothy C, 374 
Dorothy G., 373 
Dorothy I., 336 
DnisiUa C, 144 
Du]cma,161 

£. Maud, 348 
Eari, 126 
Earl C, 364 
Earl F., 346 
Ebeneier, 104 
Ebenewr G., 87 
Edgar C, 367 
Edgar F\, 186, 277 
Edgar W., 277, 345 
Edith, xiii, 82, 198 
Edith E., 344 
Edith G., 261 
Edith L., 321, 346 
Edith M., 207, 304 
Edith R., 360 
Edmund, 336 
Edmund W., 231, 261 
Edna A., 166 
Edna D., 263 
Eduardo,230 
Eduardo R., 140 
Edward, zv-zvii, 67, 60, 

97, 08, 104, 122, 132, 

143, 161, 181, 376 
Edwaid A., 261, 330, 331 
Edward B., 157, 244, 323 
Edward C, 362 
Edwaid D., 167, 196,228, 

262, 284, 312 
Edward P., 260, 288 
Edward G., 97, 170-172, 

205, 237, 296 
Edward H., 226, 311 
Edward J., 361 
Edwaid K., 144, 242 
Edward M., 312 
Edward O., 298 
Edwaid P., ix, 240, 306, 

319, 367, 358, 376 
Edward R., 140, 181 
Edwaid 8., 116,196 
Edward T^ 122, 168, 264 
Edward W., 181, 29^ 
Edwin, 364 (340, 360 

Edwin C, 334 
Edwin E., 283 
Edwin F., 193, 232, 283 
Edwin G., 276 



Edwin H., 196, 225, 811 

Edwin L., 203, 290 

Edwin P., 232, 314 

Edwin S., 361, 373 

Elbert L., 274 

Elbridge, 147, 236 

Eldora, 129, 297 

Eleanor, 122, 143, 191, 
237,269 

Eleanor C, 98 

Eleanor H., 322 

Eleanor J^ 226 

Eleanor K., 167 

Eleanor W., 299 

Eleaaer, 206, 297 

EleaMT B., 167, 263 

EleaMT F. E., 297 

Elethe 8., 166 

EUjah, 41, 70, 71, 80, 83, 
124, 140. 146, 208 

EUjah J., 141,231 

Elijah L., 208, 299 

Eliror E., 362 

EUphalet, 41, 67, 69, 70, 
120-124,209 

Eliaha^ 122, 205, 295 

EliBha A., 191, 281 

Eliaha B., 114, 191 

Eliaha M., 161 

Eliaha T., 122, 206 

Elisa, 83, 108, 129, 149, 
173, 179, 186, 228, 236, 
267 

Eliia A., 163, 174, 178, 
207, 266, 268, 295, 299, 
312 

Eliia B., 124, 179 

Eliia C, 140 

ElisaE., 243 

Eliia H., 197 

Elisa J., 200, 213, 296, 339 

Eliia L., 186 

Eliia M., 237 

Eliia P., 178 

Eliia T., 297 

Eliia W., 206 

Elisabeth, xiv, xvii, zviii, 
19, 20, 22, 30-36, 46^51, 
6M1, 67-69, 73, 74, 77, 
81-83, 86, 87, 88, 90, 93, 
94, 98, 99-101, 107, 117, 
130, 134-137, 144, 161- 
153, 161, 162, 176, 178, 
180, 183, 184, 189, 193, 
206, 207, 210, 219, 221, 
224, 227, 233, 2M, 283, 
296, 306, 325, 336, 338, 
360,370 



Elisabeth A., 145, 206, 

213,368 
'Elisabeth B., 86, 98, 112, 

114, 176, 178, 246, 305, 

367,376 
Elisabeth C 155, 266 
Elisabeth D, 182 
Elisabeth £^ 249, 334 
Elisabeth F., 174, 176, 

189,326 
Elisabeth G., 169, 181 
Misabeth H., 222 [338 
Elisabeth J., 66, 167, 226, 
Elisabeth M., 131, 163, 

245,263 
Elisabeth P., 103 
Elisabeth R., 213 
Elisabeth 8., 236, 263 
Elisabeth T., 231 
Elisabeth V., 158 
EUa, 279, 304, 335 
EUaA.,350 
EUa B., 246 
EUa F., 296, 322, 353 
EUa J., 277, 318 
EUa L., 283 
EUa M., 346, 365 
EUa T., 264 
EUen. xiv, rni, 181, 216, 

EUenA., 181 

EUen C, 240 

EUen E., 301 

EUen Gardner, 338 

EUen H., 200, 281 

EUen L., 196, 239 

EUen M., 194, 261, 257, 

307,361 
EUen S., 192 
EUiottW.,365,377 
EUis G., 160, 266 
Ehner, 93, 164, 196, 286 
Elmer B., 276, 344 
Ebner E., 373 
EUner H., 262, 336 
Elmer L., 323, 368 
Elmer M., 326, 344, 373 
Ehner P., 286, 347 
Ehner T., 347 
Ehnira,183 
Elpalet 69, 120 
Elk, 70 
Else, 54 
Elsie F., 330 
Elsie M., 347 
Elsie S., 374 
Elvira, 294 
Elvira J., 238 



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Sayiia S., 276 

Emdine, 100, 170, 188 

Elmeliiie A., 224 

Emeliiie M., 211 

Emery Q., 330 

Emilia, 82 

Emily, 84, 116, 203, 226 

Emily A., 223 

Emily B., 114 

Emily G., 108 

Emily J., 181 

Emily L., 377 

Emily M., 282 

Emily P., 106 

Emily 8^321, 355 

Emily W., 170 

Em^u^ ix, 150, 208, 214, 

Emma A., 230 [235 

Emma C, 268 

Emma F., 370 

EmmaJ.,260,341,354 

Emma L., 175, 261, 272, 

202, 343, 377 
Emma S., 101, 227, 258, 
Emma T., 343 [327 

Emma W., 236 
Enoch, 118, 201 
Enoch C, 201 
Enoe, 02, 121, 161, 204, 
EnoB B., 201 [201 

EiBfltUB F., 214 
Ephreim, 51 
i^hraimR.,208 
Ernest C, 340 
Ernest J., 352, 374 
Ernest K., 312, 362 
Ernest L., 280, 325 
EstellaP.,364 
EBrtiifir,220,330,341 
Esther C, 204 
Esther W., 66 
Ethel, 361, 368 
Ethel M., 316, 334, 361 
Ethdyn M., 276, 344 
Etta M., 243 
Eugene R., 366 
Eugene W., 207 
Eu^nie, 318, 335 
Eunice, 40, 72, 82, 00, 

150,340 
Eunice A., 282, 280, 200, 

330,377 
Eunice M., 211, 212, 255 
Eunice W., 280 
Euphemia L, 120 
Eva, 315 
Eva H., 324 
Eva L., l47 



Era M., 240, 328 

Eva N., 327 
Evaline F., 166 
Eveline, 03 
Eveline K., 133 
Evelyn, 286 

Everett G., 247, 326, 327 
Everett O., 341 
Experience, 36, 37 
Eiekiel, 43, 51, 74, 75, 

84, 85, 132, 147 
Eiekiel G., 148 
Eiekiel H., 05, 165 
Ena, 83, 144, 202 
Eira W., 144 

Faith, 48 
Fannie, 214 
Fannie D., 187 
Fanny, 82, 100, 126, 165, 
Fanny A., 211 [166 

Fanny I.. 285 
Fanny M., 103, 251, 253 
Fayestine, 236 
Fearing, 110 
FentonP., 372 
Fernando, 313, 363 
Fidelia J., 142 
Flora B., 364 
Florence G., 288 
Florence I., 188 
norence L., 281, 340 
Florence S., 277 
Florence V., 356 
Forest M., 102 
Frances, 07, 203, 242, 267 
Frances A., 214, 242 
Frances G., 232 
Frances D., 142 
FrancesE., 142, 100,200, 

317,325 
Frances I. B., 371 
Frances J., 341 
Frances L., 175,226 
Frances S., 176. 260 
Prances W., 277, 202 
Francis, 117, 155, 178, 

200, 246, 267, 310, 367 
Francis Boott, 172, 266 
Francis G., 07, 170 
Francis E., 251, 328 
Francis G., 172 [343 

Francis H., 166, 262, 273, 
Francis J.. 152, 236 
Francis M., 104, 154, 157, 

170, 101, 244, 245, 281, 

323 
Francis P., 260, 342 



Fnmcis R., 315 
Francis W., 103, 164, 170, 
Fhmcis Xavier, 158 
Frank, 145, 212, 301, 310 
Frank A., 240 
Frank B., 243 
Frank E., 250, 372 
Frank E. D., 213 
Frank H., 371 
Frank L., 260, 342 
Frank M., 260 
Frank N., 232 
Frank W., 246, 262, 200, 
Franklin, 217 |3^ 

Franklin T., 283 
Fred, 317 
Fred A., 354 
Fred B., 252, 320 
Fred G., 252, 320 
Fred L., 277, 280, 348 
Fred M., 304 
Frederick, 221, 220 
Frederick A^ 101 
Frederick G., 153, 244, 
Frederick G., 226 (351 
Frederick H., 340 
Frederick J.. 241, 322 
Frederick M., 310, 366 
Frederick N., 355 
Frederick R., 272 
Frederick W., Ill, 260, 344 
Freeman, 62, 107, 184 
Freeman A., 100, 287 
Friend, 74, 130 

Garthred, Gartnide, see 
Gertrude 

Gayton P., 115, 104 

Geneva A., 340 

George, ix, 47, 63, 60, 80, 
103, 104, 100, 110, 125, 
131, 130, 143, 145, 148, 
152, 155, 172, 181, 184, 
187, 180, 206, 200, 211, 
214, 228, 230, 234, 236, 
267, 270, 276, 207, 312, 
313, 316, 340, 351 

George A., 120, 180, 214, 
272, 276, 201, 310, 340, 
350,360 

George B., 115, 103, 104, 
201, 236, 268, 288, 317. 
341, 370 [X26 

George D., 244, 247, 301, 

George £., 165, 214, 230, 
243, 205, 312, 350 

George F., 200, 227, 208, 
340,352,365 



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George H., 98, 99, 141, 
172, 175, 205, 230, 269, 
294, 315, 318, 332, 341 

George H. C, 325 

George H. M., 239 

George I.. 305 

George K., 211, 300 

George L., 196 

George M., 252, 255, 330, 

George R., 245, 324 (331 

George S., 156, 249 

George V., 213 

George W., 112, 188, 189, 
209, 214, 277, 279, 302, 
303, 306, 313, 346, 350, 

George Y., 157, 250 [354 

Georgia, 354 

Georgians, 124, 226, 275, 
309,310 

Georgiana F., 246 

Georgie £., 248 

Georgina M., 140 

Gertrude, nv, xvii, zviii, 
170 

Gertrude F., 373 

Gertrude M., 303 

Giles, Gylea, xiv-xvi, 67, 
234,316 

Giles A., 126,210 

Giles H., 211 

GUesT.,57 

Gladvs, 283, 327, 352 

Godfrey M., 363 

Grace, 279, 300, 322, 336, 
341,342,359' 

Grace A., 271 

Grace B., 316 

Grace E.,261,281,326, 362 

Grace I., 371 

Grace L., 362 

Grace M., 351, 359 

Grace 8., 249 

Grover M., 300 

Gustavus, 114, 192 

Gu0tayu8S.,282,346 

Hannah, 7, 9, 12, 13, 21, 
24, 27, 36, 37, 39, 41, 
44, 46, 48-50, 54, 59, 
64, 66. 71, 73, 74, 79, 
80, 82-84, 90, 101, 103, 
105, 109, 111, 118, 119, 
121, 124, 126, 130, 133, 
136, 147, 149, 152, 156, 
158, 161, 162, 198, 208, 
209, 214, 217, 218, 228, 
233, 234, 239, 271, 293, 
352 



Hannah A., 111,267,268, 

307, 311 
Hannah R, 104, 286 
Hannah C., 161, 201, 204 
Hannah D., 114, 189 
Hannah £., 266 
Hannah F., 348 
Hannah G., 122 
Hannah H., 246 
Hannah L,, 234 
Hannah McM., 357 
Hannah S., 145, 216 
Hannah T., 145 
Hannah W., 58, 98 
Harold A., 320, 366 
Harold C., 368 
Harriet, 74, 94, 104, 107, 

119, 121, 130, 139, 167, 

160, 164, 170, 176, 176, 

180, 237 
Harriet A., 226, 263, 288, 

291, 297, 364 
Harriet B., 82, 175, 216 
Harriet Boott, 172 
Harriet C., 320 
Harriet E., 160, 164, 224, 

246, 250, 292, 298 
Harriet F., 129, 298 
Harriet G., 172, 244 
Harriet H., 300, 367 
Harriet M., 152, 249 
Harriet N., 162, 249 
Harriet Q., 178 
Harriet S., 145, 166, 181, 
Harriet T., 273 [249 

Harriet W., 124, 367 
Harris E., 340 
Harrison, 116, 127, 197, 

198, 286 
Harrison O., 165 
Harry, 328 
Harry A., 354 
Harry C., 211 
Harry L., 322, 367 
Harry P., 260, 317, 386 
Harvey R., 302 
Harvey W., 360 
Hattie, 284, 341 
HattieE., 190 
Hattie F^ 262, 279 
Hattie M., 280, 351 
Hawkes, 138, 228, 812 
Hayes, 89 
Hayman, 66 
Haael, 353 
Hasel A., 285 
Hazel B., 344 
Haxel M., 316 



HaselS., 345 

Hector, 138, 227 |3»6 

Helen, 170, 172, 292, 964, 

Helen A., 233, 242 

Helen B., 345 

Helen C, 97, 249 

Helen G., 250, 324 

Helen J., 376 

Helen L.. 330 

Helen M., 143, 262, 309, 

329,356,360 
Helen P., 172, 216, 330 
Helen S.. 175 
Helen W., 204 
Helen Z^ 342 
Helena £., 190 
Helena F., 276 
H^nan, 125 
Henrietta, 271, 314, 356 
Henrietta C, 247 
Henrietta J., 339 
Henrietta L., 226 
Henrietta T., 174 
Henriette, 198 
Henriette W., 364 
Henry, 58, 74. 83, 101, 

102, 124, 129, 137, 144^ 

156, 174, 175, 206, 219, 

224, 234, 268 
Henry A., 223 
Henry B., 115, 196, 277, 

344,345,353 
Henry D., 281, 346, 366 
Henry E., 291, 349 
Henry f\, 209, 299 |315 
Henry H., 99, 232, 311, 
Henry J., 191, 281 (340 
Henry K., 174, 287, 268, 
Henry L., 137, 226, 312, 
Henry M., 306, 367 (362 
Henry N., 226 
Henry P. C., 153, 243 
Hennr L., 160, 164, 228, 

Henry S., 150, 228, 241 
Henry W., 104, 181, 195 
Hepmbeth M., 267 
Herbert A., 241, 320, 821 
Herbert F., 277, 346 
Herbert P., 309, 359 
Hester A., 366 
Hilda L., 331 
Hiram, 184, 205, 294 
Hiram C., 350 
Hiram D., 294, 360 
Hiram W., 242, 322 
Hollis C., 93 
Homer, 360, 376 



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Hbraoe,151,206,242 
Hbraoe D., 297, 352 
Honuse G., 152, 238 
HoiBce L., 185, 277 
Honusea^207 
Horace W., 1^2 
Hontio N., 143, 233 
Ho0ea,92 

Howard C, 317, 365 
Howard 0., 331 
Howard M., 181 
Hubert S. . 336 
Hubert W., 261, 335 
Huldah, 88, 156 
Huldah B., 254 

Ichabod,63 

Ichabod A., 112, 189 

Ichabod R., 87, 154 

Ichabod T., 190, 280 

Ida B. M., 271 

Ida C, 261, 309 

Ida D., 272 

IdaE.,367 

Ida M., 292, 342 

Ida M. T., 297 

Ida W., 291 

Ignatius, 24, 41, 71, 72, 

Ina M., 325 (124 

Inei A., 289 

Ines B., 146 

Innocent, 70 

Ira, ix, 219, 305 

IraR. 340 

IraF.W.,306 

Irene, 274 

Irene F., 351 

Irene M., 366 

Irving L., 251 

Isaac, 8, 16, 17, 19, 25, 
27,34,47,48,50,72,75, 
81-83, 106, 127. 141, 
147, 183, 191, 202, 224, 
230, 231, 235, 288 

Isaac D., 113, 191 

Isaac S., 153 

Isaac N., 217, 304 

IsaacO., 115, 194 

Isaac S., 153 

IsaacT., 116, 196 

Isaac W., 84, 145 

Isa,170 

babel, 230 

Isabel B., 254 

Isabel M., 276 

Isabel W^ 183 

Isabella H., 252 

IsabeUa M., 203, 292 



Isabelle, 276 

Isaiah W., 204, 292 

IsannaE., 97 

Israel, 1, 13, 15, 17, 19, 
26, 27, 29-31, 33, 34, 
48, 49, 55^58, 82, 92, 
95, 98, 142, 161, 165, 
202,290 

Israel L., 120, 203 

Israel W., 166 

Iya,288 

IvaG.,370 

Jabes, 40, 66 

Jabes C, 235 

Jacob, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 
24, 27, 42, 48, 72, 89, 
125, 158 

Jacob B., 84, 146 

Jacob G., 87, 155, 156, 
247-249, 327 

Jacob H., 158 

Jacob W., 156 

Jael,46 

Jairus,143 

James, 29, 36, 42, 60, 66, 
72, 102, 117, 127, 178. 

James A., 324 (271 

James B., 103, 177, 211^ 

James G., 179 

Jame8H.H.,I32,215 

James H S., 244 

James L., 123, 175, 202, 
268,290,314 

James M., 198 

James Speare, iii, ▼, xi, 
xiii, 13, 103, 176, 177, 
375 1239 

James T., 92, 117, 160, 

James W., 263, 340 

Jane (Jean), xi, I, 3, 6, 7, 
8, 20, 28, 29, 36, 37, 51, 
53,54,59,61,72,75,85, 
87, 88, 91, 95, 104, 116, 
121, 125, 126, 141, 147, 
158, 201, 204, 224, 232, 
234, 244, 267 

Jane A., 212 

Jane B., 157, 209, 253 

Jane C, 232 

Jane £., 151, 210 

Jane F. B. A., 231 

Jane G., 158, 247 

Jane R, 160 

Jane L., 204, 291 

Jane Lathrop, 168 

Jane R., 292 

Jane T., 96 



Jane W., 128, 187 

Jean, 61, 226,364 

Jean Latrobe, 266 

Jean S., 226 

Jeanette, 127, 128 

Jefferson, 224^ 310 

Jennie, 260 

Jennie B., 319, 320, 349 

Jennie G., 215, 323 

Jennie H., 259 

Jennie I., 340 

Jennie J., 371 

Jennie L., 290 

Jeremiah, 53, 84, 86^, 
151, 153, 155-157, 234, 
244,316 

Jeremiah B., 148 

Jerome, 67, 83, 119, 143, 

Jerome C, 120 |234,315 

Jeruaha, 162 

Jesse, 95> 166 

Jesse D., 166 

Jessie Bjoesom, 328 

Jessie C., 231 

Jessie L.. 321 

Jessie M., 297, 309, 92S, 

Joan F., 296 [335,352 

Joan M., 362 

Joane, xiv, zviii 

Joanna, 86, 87, 108, 117, 
204,235,242 

Joanna Q., 89 

Job, 19, 20, 38, 34, 40, 
67, 120, 203 

Job O.. 203 

John, IX, xiv-xvii, 3, 6, 7, 
8, 10, 13-20, 24, 2», 30, 
31, 36, 39, 42, 44, 50, 
51,54,55,60,72-76,79, 
83, 84, 87. 90, 91, 93, 
100, 106, 119-121, 125, 
127, 134, 138, 141, 144, 
150, 155, 164, 202, 204, 
205, 218, 219, 221, 223, 
232, 235, 289, 291, 298, 
906, 312, 319, 356, 861 

John A., 114, 115, 193, 
201, 235, 278, 279, 280, 
283, 284, 317, 376 

John Arthur, iii, v, ix, xvi, 
110, 263, 278, 284, 356, 
374, 375 

John B., 143, 187, 

John C.G., 343 

John D., 164 

John E., 245, 253, 324, 
331, 350 1949, 865 

John>., 58, 98, 294, 306, 



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John G., 48, 178 

John H., ix, 88, 135, 150, 
157, 221, 224, 239, 240, 
252, 305, 307, 310, 331, 
350,362 

John J., 92, 142, 160, 161, 
232, 256 [348 

John L., 148, 235, 289, 290, 

JcAm M., 86, 149, 157, 
217,269,304 

John McC, 228 

John N., 362 

John O., 194,284 

John P., 216, 303 

John S., Ill, 152, 187, 
242, 322, 367 

John T., 133, 217, 305 

John W., xiii, 137, 164, 
210, 226, 261 

Jonas. 134, 221 

Jonathan, 20, cO, 31, 34, 
35, 37, 40, 55, 59, 61, 
67, 72, 76, 101, 119, 
125, 134-136, 173, 178. 
209.221 

Jonathan F., 178, 271 

Jonathan H., 174, 268 

Jonathan T., 209, 299 

Jorge, 140, 312, 313, 363 

Joi^ £.. 140 

Jorgina M., 140 

Jose, 140 

Joeefa, 139 

Joeeph, ix, 15, 19, 24, 26, 
33, 41, 43, 44-46, 49, 
57-59,61,73,75,76,78, 
80,^, 98, 99, 101, 102, 
124; 129, 133-135, 149, 
156, 172, 173, 217, 224, 
237,266,368 

Joseph B., 104, 152, 179, 

Joseph C, 103 [196, 285 

Joseph F., 162, 217, 240, 
258, 304, 319 

Joseph G., 140, 206, 229, 

Joseph H., 157, 251 (296 

Joe^h H. J., 124 

Joe^h J., 292 

Joe^h O., 269, 341 

Joe^h R., 79 

Joe^h 8^ 116, 195 

Joseph W., 259 

Jos^hine, 188, 299 

Josephine A., 331 

Jos^hus B., 126 

Joshua, iz, 21, 24, 33, 38, 
41, 45-47, 57, 58, 62, 
63, 69, 70, 71, 75-79, 



Joshua — CanHnued 
98, 105, 111, 112, 124, 
136-138, 188, 189, 225, 
227, 228, 279, 311, 361, 

Joshua B., 188 [376 

Joshua J., 98 

Josiah, 6, 8, 19,20,34,35, 
47, 79, 80, 83, 145 

Josiah Q., 141, 231 

Josiah S., 235 

Josie E., 317 

Jotham, 53, 88 

Judah,39, 66, 117, 199 

Judah A., 117,201 

Judith, 67, 74, 84, 108, 

Judith H., 149 [109, 266 

Judiths., 187 

Julia, 94, 186, 217, 306, 
312,329 

Julia A., 103, 149, 155, 

Julia C, 192 tX», 239 

Julia £., 257, 321 

Julia F., 238, 370 

Julia G., 324 

Julia H., 257, 313 

Julia N., 116, 208 

Julia O., 166 

Julia a, 240 

Julia T., 287 

Julia W., 187 

Julian C, 349 

Juliette, 233 

Juliette A., 333 

Juliette E., 315 

Junius P., 317 

Ju8tina,207 

Justinia B., 304 

Kate, 259, 334 
Katharine Peabody, iii, ▼- 

vii, xiv, xix, 264, 375 
Kathenne, 51, 316 
Kathenne A., 361 
Katherine E., 354 
Kathleen R., 362 
Katie A., 376 
Kenneth S., 353 
Ke»a,56,75,76 
Kimball, 283 
Kirkland, 169 
Kittie F., 188 

L. M., 325 

Laban, 67, 72, 120, 127 
Langford W., 313 
Laura, 339 

Laura A., 113, 191, 192, 
196, 215, 282, 350 



Laura D., 181 

Laura E., 144,339 

Laura H., 114 

Lauia L., 345, 374 

Laura M., 309 

Lauia 8., 357 

Laura T., 216 

Laura W., 287, 355 

Lavinia,238 

Lawrence B., 192, 282 

Lawrence D., 252 

Leah, 24, 25, 79 

Lee W., 329 

Leonice, 75 

Leonioe B., 84 

Leonora C, 190 

Leonora S., 143 

Leonora T., 190 

Leora A., 373 

Levi, 38, 53, 63, 72, 86» 
87, 105, 108, 126, 150, 
152-154, 183, 243, 274 

Levi A., 157 

Levi E., 108 

Levi H., 33, 87, 156, 253. 

Levi 8., 245 ^31 

Lewis, 75, 147, 235 

Lewis P.. 177 

Lewis W., 257, 332 

LiIIa,259 

Lillian, 185 

Lillian A., 312 

Lillian Bdle, 1ft 

Lillian F., 192 

Lillian M., 248, 342, 302 

LinaM.,346 

Linoobi R., 241, 319 

Lmdsay B., 330 

Lindsley, 298, 353 

Lisue, 317, 354 

Liuie A., 302, 357 

Lissie B., 290 

LiszieH., 271 

Liaxie M., 276 

Lissie 8;^ 348 

Lissie W., 189 

Lloyd BL, 284 

Lois, 87, 218, 335 

LoROiso, 221 

LQrinqua,2d6 

Lot. 87, 154 

LothropH., 323, 368 

Lottie F^ 317 

LotUe M., 277, 317, 348 

Lottie T., 252 

Louis, 370 

Louis C., 282 

Louis T.C., 322, 368 



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Louiaa, 179, 218, 247, 255 
Louisa C, 313 
Louisa E., 332 
Louisa H., 240 
Louisa J., 143 
Louisa L., 318 
Louisa Maria, 162 
Louisa Peabody, 375 
Louisa Putnam, ix, xiv, 
Louisa 8^ 150 [264 

Louisa W., 175 
Louise, 333 
Louise A., 233 
Louise S., 377 
Love, 104 
Loiania, 147 
Luoena, 92, 162 
Luoette, 303 
Lucia A., 250 
Lucinda, 113, 151, 184 
Lucinda A., 113 
Lucinda S., 274 
Lucius, 127, 128, 233 
Lucius A., 128, 213 
Lucius P., 128, 213, 214 
Lucietia, 53, 85, 86, 122, 

148,208,232 
Lucretia A., 315 
Lucretia B., 85, 149 
Lucretia M., 356 
Lucretia R., 149 
Lucy, 40, 61, 65, 66, 75, 

79,86,87,92, 112,119, 

126, 133, 134, 136, 153, 

156, 177, 209, 216, 217, 

370 
Lucy A., 151, 163, 191, 

198, 209, 254 
Lucy D., 112, 195, 205, 

266, 323, 344 
Lu^ £., 205, 266, 323, 

Lucy k, 191, 202, 281 
Lucy J.i 190, 376 
Lucy K., 344 
Lucy L.. 121, 202, 314 
Lucy M., 191, 195, 216, 
260.261,289,292,336 
Lucy N., 177 
Lucy P., 332 
Lucy R., 165, 291 
Lucy W., 185, 277 
LueUa M., 376 
Luke,201 
LulaB.,317 
Lulu M., 370 
Luna, 88 
Luther R, 367 



Lydia, 22, 24, 37, 40, 41, 
43, 67, 71, 73, 74, 76, 
80,86,93,120,121,122, 
125, 132, 133, 135, 138, 
139, 149, 150, 161, 165, 
217, 228, 232, 242, 244 

Lydia A., 84, 228, 245, 

Lydia £., 84 (267 

Lydia F., 293 

Lydia H., 224, 316 

Lydia J., 274, 295 

Lydia L., 202, 211, 240, 

Lydia P., 165 [266 

Lydia R., 266 

Lydia S., 133.207 

Lyman, 238, 318 

Lyman A., 210, 299 

Lyman D., 142 

Mabel, 316, 326, 330 
Mabel A., 362 
Mabel E., 252, 354 
Mabel H., 263, 285 
Mabel V., 372 
Mabel W., 348 
MadeUne F., 362 
Madison, 224, 310 
Mahala, 83 
Malcolm 8., 368 
Malvina, 203, 208 
Mansfield, 280 
Manuel, 230, 313, 363 
Marcia, 127 
Marous M., 238, 318 
Margaret, xi, 34, 56, 57, 

73, 90, 101, 102, 142, 

174, 197, 198, 232, 245, 

280, 311, 361 
Margaret B., 299 
Margaret C., 254, 255, 
Margaret D., 173 [333 
Mai^iret F., 270, 298 
Margaret Jane, 159 
Mar^a«t T., 156 
Margaret W., 242 
Margaretta, 299 
Margeiy, 154, 155 
Maria, 122, 123, 223, 280, 

315,324 
Maria A., 259, 289 
Maria C. 225, 311 
Maria del Roiario, 139 
Maria del R. J., 140 
Maria E., 223, 296 
Maria F., 185 
Maria J., 370 
Maria L., 180. 296 
Maria M., m 



Maria R., 211, 309 

Maria Serafina, 139, 230 

Maria V., 201 

Marian P., 148 

Marie, 217 

Marie A., 363 

Marie de B., 346 

Marie T., 238 

Mariette S., 213 

Marion, 281 

Marion A., 328 

Marion B., 182, 341 

Marion M., 279 

Marion W., 231 

Marjorie, 281, 360, 360 

Mariorie A., 372 

Manorie Channing, 298 

Mariorie P., 360 

Marjory L., 335 

Martha, 60, 66, 116, 145, 
154, 178, 205 

Martha A., 215, 249 

Martha C, 162, 302, 326 

Martha E., 245, 250, 323 

Martha F., 233 

Martha J., 178,302 

Martha M., 308 

Martha T., 122 

Martha U., 156 

Martha W., 203, 306 

Mar^ylvia, 224 

Martm, 67, 119 

Martin B., 132, 215 

Mary, xv, 7, K Iti, 16, 17, 
19,20,2^/25,20^1,33, 
35, 37, m, 39, 40, 41, 
42, 44, 47, 4S, 49» 50, 
51, 53, (i'i, 55, 57; 58, 
59, 60, 61, 62,65, 66, 
69, 73, 78^S3, 86-88, 
92-95, 101107, 116, 117, 
120, 121, 124, 135, 137, 
138, 142, 144, 147, 148, 
149, 152, 155, 162, 166, 
,172, 179, 180, 181, 186, 
191, lp6, 206, 210, 217, 
221, 223, 224, 231-236, 
238, 256, 284, 295, 296, 
300, 305. 322. 324 

Mary A., 83, 90, 96, 129, 
132, 148, 155, 166, 176, 
180, 202, 209, 218, 219, 
226, 231, 232, 244, 261, 
272, 276, 289, 293, 306, 
306, 324, 328, 336, 841, 
343, 344, 351 

Mary A. B., 152 

Maiy B., 187, 358, 869 



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Mary Boott, 172 

Mary C, 301, 382 

Mary D., 362 

Mary £., 143, 146, 172, 
191, 192, 211, 262, 275, 
277, 280, 286, 296, 300, 
308, 310, 314, 317, 329, 
366, 368, 370, 372, 376 

Maiy F., 198, 207, 247, 
303,332,340 

Mary G., 370 

Mary Gnely, 169 

Mary H., 98, 164, 260 

Mary J., 120, 130, 147, 
165, 160, 163, 178, 199, 
202, 214, 233, 264, 306, 

Mary K, 262, 309 [311 

Mary L, W., 202, 229, 
240, 262, 290, 307, 316, 
328,349 

Mary M., 150, 166, 163, 
164, 174, 213, 246, 272, 
331, 346, 363, 364 

Mary N., 103 

Mary P., 194, 205, 214 

Mary R., 87, 149, 163, 
164,231,238,264 

Mary R. G., 168 

Mary S., 162, 216 

Mary T., 193, 295 

Mary W., 164, 174, 175, 
186,214,289 

Mason L., 290, 348 

Matilda, 128, 179, 180, 

Matilda a, 234 M 

Matilda W., 103 

Matthew, 20, 26, 36, 37, 
61,103 

MattieE.,316,360 

Mattie J.. 259 

Maurice M., 331 

Maurice T., 344 

May, 301 

Maynard, 222, 306, 345 

Mehitabd, 69, 85, 149, 

Melatiah,203,290 (IM 

Melatiah G., 120 

Meliiida,290 

Melian, 145, 309 

Melvina, 212, 328 

Melaar, 62, 106, 106 

Mercy, 37, 100, 122, 127. 

Mertie, 249 '^"^ 

BfildfedA.,329 

Bfildfed D., 323 

Mildred E., 367 

BfildredJ.,361 

Mildred v., 348 



Millard F., 144 
MiUicent, 142 
Milton J., 122,207 
Miner, 127, 210 
Miner (Minor) N., 210, 
Minnie, 268 
Minerva. 144 
Minnie £., 261, 360, 367 
Minnie F., 346 
Minnie M., 318 
Minnie S., 280 
Mira, 118, 183, 274 
MiraE., 183 
Mira I., 339 
Miranda, 224 
Miriam, 148, 283, 363 
Miriam M., 170 
Miriam P., 170 
Molly, 66, 72, 79 
Morgan, 143 
Morris, 191 
Morton M., 196, 285 
Myrtie J., 327 
Myrtioe M., 369 
Myrtle L., 244 



Nabby, 66 

Nahum, 92, 164 

Nancy, 84, 101, 103, 104, 
109, 116, 126, 130, 161, 
217,266 

Nancy G., 166, 236 

Nancy R., 177 

Nancy S., 183, 197 

NanoJ. G.,279 

Naomi, 163, 164 

Nathan, 30, 31, 66 

Nathan E., 147 

Nathaniel, 16, 17, 19, 21, 
26, 26, 27, 39, 42, 47, 
48, 63, 64, 66, 70, 81, 
82, 92, 116. 142, 160, 
161, 162, 173, 196 

Nathaniel B., 116, 196 

Nathaniel H., 99, 119,201 

Nathaniel T., 42, 72, 288 

Nathaniel W., 66, 117 

Neale, zi, xiii 

Neel, xi, xii 

Nehemiah, 24, 45 

Nele, xi, 312, 362 

Nellie, 208, 811, 318, 319 

Nellie £., 317, 356 

Nellie G., 325 

Nellie L., 282 

Nellie U., 278 

Nelscm, 163, 259 

NelscmR.,288 



Nementhis, 168 

Nero, 40 

Nesmith. 249, 327 

Ne8Bfield,302 
««v, Nicholas, xvi, 29, 51-54, 
(300 86, 87, 90; 151, 153 

Nigel, XI, xii 
— Nigel T., 363 

NinaF^271 

Norah H., 361 

Norma A., 348 

Norma W., 348 

Norman A., 347 

Norman D., 163 

Norman H., 368 

Norman L., 316 

Norman R., 316 



OUve, 51, 82, 147, 149, 

158,246 
OHve D., 168 
Oliye F., 331 
Olive K, 294 
Olive L. . 308 
OUve W., 308 
Oiver D., 236 
Oliver E., 339 
Oliver L., 343 
Oliver R., 95, 165 
OUverW.,267,333 
Omar, 111, 187 
Omar F., 188,279 
On, L., 377 
Or]nda,165 
Oipah,106 
Oscar T., 302 
OtiUee F., 354 
Otis, 41, 66, 69, 12% a06 
Otis W., 166, 246 
Ottillie M., 362 
Otto, 196 



Pamelia,300 
Paric H^ 267, 332 
Pasha, Loring, 228 
Patience E., 299 
Patience M., 362 
Paul G., 331, 368 
Paul D., 366 
Paul a, 329 
Paul Revece, 330 
Paulina B», 350 
Ftolma M., 214 
Pauline G., 368 
Peggy, 138 
Pe^, 42, 138 
Percy, 271, 316» 342, 964 
Percy H., 824 



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Percy W., 316 

Fteres, 38, 62, 63, 86, 107, 

108, 125, 152, 183, 184 
Perei B., 154, 245, 246 
PerBi8,66 
FtenisG., 237 
Pen, PetruB. Piers, zi 
P^ter, 15, 27, 50, 66, 82, 

83, 118, 143, 202, 289 
Phebe, 86, 87, 93, 94, 

122,152,246 
Phebe A., 211, 283 
Phebe F., 200 
Phebe G., 87, 155 
Phebe H., 160 
' Phebe J., 148 
Phebe M., 316 
Phebe T., 297 
Philip, xvi 
Philip Q., 250, 327 
Philip R., 371 
PhiUippe, 68 
PoDy, 68, 69, 73, 88, 95, 

105, 117, 135, 186, 173, 

201, 224, 231 
Pdycaipus, 24, 41, 72, 
Porter, 322 (126 

Prentiss, 15b, 249 
Prescott, 273, 3 3 
Priscilla, 26, 27, 34, 39, 

42,48,280 
Pl^isciUa A., 346 [216 

Prudence, 64, 65, 102, 
Prudence C, 102, 116 
Pyam, 119, 201 

RHead, 163 

Rachel, 15, 19, 20, 26, 
29, 33, 53, 54, 82, 83, 
89, 99, 120, 126, 150, 

Rachel C., 178 [163, 261 

Rachel C. L., 289 

Rachel D., 340 

Rachel H., 154, 245 

Rafada, 140 

Ralph, 147 

Ralph B., 282 

Ralph N., 331 

Ralph S., 352 

Ray £., 354 

Raymond D., 329 

Raymond 0.^ 316 

Rebecca, 32-35, 42, 74, 
106, 126, 129, 135, 161, 
180, 222, 224, 225, 229, 

Rebecca N., 307 [237 

Rebecca W., 351 

ReUef,160 



Reuben. 85, 87, 92, 139, 
147, 149, 150, 153, 161, 
228,234,235 

Reuben B., 154,245 

Reuben W., 196 

Rhoda, 82, 87, 130, 135, 

Riehaid, xiT-xvii 

Richard C, 347 (186 

Richard F., 192,200,283, 

Richard T., 272, 343 [288 

Richard W., 368 

Richmond, 53, 85, 86, 88, 
148, 149, 151, 236-238 

Richmond B., 318 

Rida, 331 (353 

Robert, xi, 126, 198, 287, 

Robert B., 106, 303, 856 

Robert C, 344 

Robert E.]Lr., 367 

Robert G., 272, 342 

Robert M., 339, 370 

Robert McF.. 143, 234 

Robert N., 361 

Robert P., 311, 360, 361 

Robert R., 137, 226 

Robert S., 360 

Robert W., 234, 315, 364 

Roberta, 145 

Rodolphus, 127 

Roger, xi, xii, xv, xviii 

Roger 8^342 

Roger W., 362 

RoOin S., 213 

Ronald, 283 

Ronald J., 316 

Rosamond, 369 

Rose, 206, 369 

Rosetta £., 320 

Rowena S.. 212 

Roxana, 805 

Roxana K., 154 

Royden, 279 

Rubie A., 320 

Rufus. 108, 151 

RusseU, 122, 207 

Russell A., 292 

Ruaaell C, 345 

Russell D., 369 

Ruth, 25, 34, 42, 57, 66, 
80, 102, 117, 124, 195, 
265, 274, 349. 364, 367 

Ruth A., 196, 324 

Ruth B., 841 

Ruth D., 200, 271 

Ruth £., 277, 285 

Ruth F., 301 

Ruth J., 328, 331, 349 

Ruth L., 208 



Rath M., 386 
Ruth T., 274 
RuthW., 273, 347, 359, 
Ruthena, 189 |361 

Ruthena H., 189 
Ruthelver, 239 



Saba, 154 

Sabra,222 

Sabra A., 181 

Sabrina, 126 

SaUy, 83, 114, 119, 121, 
147, 151, 162, 221, 225, 

SaUy C, 201 (231, 373 

SaUy H., 212 

SaUy L., 118, 205 

SaUyP., 114, 194 

Sally S., 231 

Salvador. 363 

Samuel, 20, 28, 36, 39, 61, 
63-65, 85, 104, 107, 112, 
116, 127, 147, 148, 151, 
152, 175, 177, 182, 196, 
198, 202, 234, 237, 242, 
269, 288, 346 |281 

Samuel A., 112, 191, 195 

Samuel C, 117, 155, 200 

Samuel G., 213 

Samuel H., 177, 270 

Samuel L. . 269 

Samuel M., 149, 150 

Samuel N., 155, 247 

Samuel P., 120 

Samuel U., 258, 333 

Samuel V., 153, 243 

Samuel W., 120, 202 

Sanford £., 181 

Sarah, 19, 25, 27, 30, 81, 
33, 34, 36, 39, 4047, 
50, 53, 54, 56, 57, 61- 
64, 67, 68-77, 8(K82, 
87-89, 92-94, 98, 100, 
102, 104, 108, 120, 125, 
126, 141, 143, 148, 149, 
152, 157, 172, 173, 184, 
208, 209, 224, 225, 228, 
231, 233, 242, 243, 266, 
294, 295, 311, 312, 339, 
340 

Sarah A., 154, 157, 179, 
203, 224, 228, 317, 318 

Sarah A. R., 239 

Sarah B., 64, 108, 123, 
141, 185, 186, 196, 825 

Sarah C., 195, 240, 300, 

Sarah C. H., 270 (3ld 

Sarah D., 112, 169 



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Sarah E., 129, 165, 185, 

235, 236, 243, 272, 290, 

296, 307, 311, 320, 334, 

370 
Sarah F., 97, 107, 153, 156, 

176, 210, 232, 276, 283, 

347, 352 [162 

Sarah H., 101, 122, 158, 
Sarah J., 153, 157, 178, 

210, 232, 235, 253, 283, 

291, 315 
Sarah K., 267, 294 
Sarah L., 202, 365 
Sarah M., 152, 164, 184, 

198, 213, 215, 239, 243, 

279, 316, 345 
Sarah N., 154, 359 
Sarah O., 287 
Sarah P., 178, 194, 267, 
Sarah R., 157 (276 

Sarah S., 150, 174, 207, 
Sarah T., 225 [295 

Sarah V^ 153 
Sarah W., 102, 174, 201, 
Selah, 33, 152 [227 

Selena W., 198 
Seneca, 54, 64 
Serafina, 229 
Seth, 39, 75, 107, 133, 138, 

217 
Seth A., 304 
Seth G., 146 
Seth L., 132, 215 
Seth S., 116 
SewaU,87 
SewaUS., 154 
Silas, 143, 165 
Silas EL, 262 [128 

Simeon, 30, 38, 62, 106, 
Simeon M., 183, 275 
Simeon W., 128, 212 
Solomon, ix, 22, 29, 40, 54, 

66, 90, 118, 159, 160 
Solomon P., 119 
Sophia, 75, 89, 93, 114, 

126, 153, 184, 254, 290 
Sophia A., 163 
Sophia B., 63, 112, 186 
Sophia H., 239 
Sophia S., 203 
SophiaT.A.,291 
Sophronia, 270 
Southworth, 106, 183, 275 
Stanton D., 311, 360 
SteUa,217 
Stephen E., 148 
Stetson, 216, 303 
Submit, 24, 67, 76 



Susan, Susanna, Susan- 
nah, 25, 26, 20-S3, 42, 
47, 48, 82^84, 98, 100, 
118, 119, 121, 135, 147, 
148, 153, 162, 202, 234, 
237, 267, 269, 293 

Sussn A., 204, 236, 325 

Susan A. W., 313 

Susan B., 154 

Susan C. N., 323 

Susan D., 342 

Susie E., 311, 353 

Susan F., 245, 253, 267 

Susan J., 206, 237 

Susan K., 236 

Susan L., 172, 314 

Susan M., 123, 168, 336 

Susan P., 120, 310 

Susan S., 146, 273 

Susan W., 233 

Susan Y., 122 

Susie E., 311 

Sybil, xvi, 313 

Sybils., 252 

Sylvester McA., 376 

Sylvester R., 87, 88, 154, 

Sylvia, 42 (245, 324 

Teresa, 313 
Thacher, 207,298 
Thankful, 67, 70, 71 
Theodore, 73, 129, 213 
Theodore F., 271 
Theodore P., 286 [362 
Theodosia, 149, 154, 245, 
Thomas, v-vii, xi, xiv-xvi 
1-19, 21, 24, 26, 29, 38, 
42,47,51,53,56,59,62, 
73,74,77,79,87,89,93, 
94, 129, 135-137, 139, 
165, 183, 188, 224, 225, 
229 
Thomas A., 213, 251, 301 
Thomas B., 132, 216 [339 
Thomas G., 205, 267, 295, 
Thomas D., 112, 188, 189 
Thomas E., 183, 274 
Thomas G., 156 
Thomas R., 49 
Thomas T., 322 
Thomas W., 212, 233 
Thomasine, xix 
Timothy B., 205 
Tomas, 230 
Tryphosa E., 248 

Ursula C., 234 



Vashti, 126 
Vera E., 316 
Vesta, 127 
Victoria, 203 
Vicy Matilda, 179 
Vienna, 187 
Vincent B., 322 
Vinton Z., 166 
Violet L, 334 
Violetta H., 362 
Violette, 258 
Virginia, 342 
Virginia L., 366 
Virginia R, 244 
Vivian E., 340 

Wadsworth, 88, 158 

Waldo F^ 277, 345 

Wallaces., 316, 364 

Walter, 329 

Walter A., 252 

Walter B., 262 

Walter D., 187 

Walter H., 370 

Walter L., ix, 312, 362 

Walter M., 302 

Walters., 190,280 

Walter W., 363 

Warren, 137 

Warren G., 247, 326 

Welthea, 109 

Wealthy, 162 

Wealthy J., 258 

Webster L., 289, 347 

Wilfred B., 276, 344, 373 

WiUard, 163, 260 

William, xiii-xv, xix, 25, 
39,41,43,47,49,56,57, 
63,75,81,82,84,85,92, 
93, 99, 100, 102, 108, 
114, 122, 124, 133, 137, 
141, 142, 147-149, 161- 
163, lb6, 173, 175, 192, 
196, 205, 207, 208, 216, 
218, 226, 231-235, 266, 

267, 269, 304, 312, 313, 
319, 339, 342, 362, 371 

William A., 333, 360, 369 
William B., 192, 270, 282 
William G., 227, 232, 360 
William Galeb, v, 264, 336 
WiDiam D., 205 
WiUiam E., 258, 333, 353 
William F., 179 
William G., 206, 296, 351 
William H., 148, 164, 180, 
215, 232, 235, 250, 262, 

268, 272, 282, 300, 307, 



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William H. — ConhniMct 
327, m 353, 356 |325 

William H. H., 142, 246, 

William J., 58, 97, 169, 
252,324 

William L., 98, 109, 158, 
185, 217, 255 [352 

William M., 144, 232, 313, 

WiDiam McL., 157, 250 

William N., 208 

William P., 104, 179 

William P. D., 350 

William R., 352 



William S., 164, 267, 343, 

371,372 
William T., 162, 203, 257, 

351 
William W., ix, 155, 461, 

174, 228, 247, 248, 257, 

268 
Willie B., 276 
Willie C, 371 
Willie J., 339, 371 
Willie R., 298 
Willie W., 290 
Winfield,249 



Winifted,297 
WiDdow, 112, 189 
Wright Boott, 172 



Zaocheus, 50, 83 
Zechariah, 27, 48-50 
Zenas, 79, 138, 228, 312 
Zeieda T., 130 
Zeniiah, 45, 78 
Zilpah, 62, 105 
ZUpah D., 110 
Zilpah W., 187 



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4bbott, Alvin G., 328 

Catherine F., 267 

Charles E., 311 

Francis E., 267 

Hannah B., 104 

Jessie M., 328 

Sarah E., 311, 328 

Theodore, 104 
Adams, Bemioe C, 329 

Charles, 330 

Charity A., 326 

Elisabeth F., 326 

Frances L., 226 

Harriet, 330 

James, 50 

John Q^ 206 

Jos^h H., 326 

Margaretta B., 209 

Mary A., 119 

Mary R., 231 

Robert, 299 

Sally Loring, 50 

Samuel, 119 

Susan, 206 

Susan J., 206 
Addington, Isa., 12, 19 
Alden, Abigail W., 211 

Alethea, 63 

Anna, 39 ^ 

Delia, 113 

Hannah, 39 

Hosea,211 

John, 38. 39 

Joshua. 63 

Samuel. 63 

Sarah, 38, 63 
Aldrich, Emma (Lee), 261 
Alexander. Marie A., 363 
Alford, Jonn, 55 
Allen, AbbieF., 220 

Abigail B., 252 

Asa M., 214 

Charles H., 339 
Elisabeth, 93 
Frances A., 214 
Harriet N., 249 
Harriets., 214 



Allen, Henrietta J., 339 

Loring, 135 

Luoena, 93 

Lucius, 220 

Lucy, 252 

Mathias, 249 

Mary, 44, 135 

Samuel, 44 

Thomas, 92 

William C, 93 

WiUiam H., 252 
Allyne, Elizabeth, 22 

Thomas, 22 
Almeder, Eldora A., 347 

Sarah F., 347 

William L, 347 
Ames, Hannah, 105 

Lewis, 105 
Amory, Cornelia, 166 

Francis, 166 
Anderson, Bertha S., 306 

Charles R., 124 

Elijah M., 306 

Eliza B., 124 

Frederick C, 266 

George £., 306 

Mary, 191 

Mary A., 306 

Mary L., 306 

Sarah, 266 
Andrew, Andrews, Emily 
M., 282 

Ephraim, 29 

Jane, 29 

Joseph, 29, 282 

NeweU D., 279 

Sarah M., 279 
AngeUottiVEmma T., 343 
Annable, Thankful. 70 
Armstrong, Delia Nancy, 

262 
Ashcombe. Thomas, zvi 
Astula, John, 140 
Atkins, Joshua, 351 

Mary, 58 

Rebecca, 351 

Rebecca W., 351 



Atkyns. Alice, xviii 
Atwooa, Beatrice, 303 

Charles C, 303 

Loring H., 303 

Warren, 303 
Austin, Catherine, 222 

Chauncy H., 222 

Elizabeth, 34 

Hannah, 126 

Richard, 34 
Avery. Angelina, 119 

Elisha B., 119 
Ayres, Eliza, 129 

Babb. Hugh W., 159 
Babbitt, Mizabeth A., 213 

James, 213 
Bachelder, Olive, 246 
Bacgn, Julia E., 257 

MarshaU H., 257 
Badger, Edwaid Y., 108 

Henry L., 108 

Sarah L., 108 
Bailey, Anna, 35 

ArabeUaJ., 189 

Charles P., 113 

Charlotte O., 113 

David, 121, 204 

DeUa,113 

Dorothy, 39 

Edgar C., 189 

Edgar H., 189 

Elizabeth, 121 

Gad, 67 

George O., 113 

Hannah R., 113 

HoUis R., U3 

Joanna, 204 

Joanna C, 204 

John A., 113 

Laura A., 113 

Lizzie J., 189 

Loring, 35 

Lucinda A., 113 

Mary E., 113 

Mary P., 113 

Mattie, 189 



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Bailey, Otis, 113 

Priflcilla, 39 

Rose, 113 

Samuel, 35 

Sarah L.. 113 

Thankful, 67 

Thomas, 36 

William, 39 
Baker, Abigail P., 216 

Adam P., 156 

Albert O., 377 

Arthur H., 190 

Atherton L., 190 

Augusta M. M., 332 

Benjamin E., 339 

Betsey Jane, 156 

Bethia C. 294 

Daniel, 39 

Data, 297 

David A., 341 

Edmund, 190 

Edith L., 321 

Eli«aT..297 

Elisabeth, 32 

Elvira, 294 

Emily L., 377 

Emma J., 341 

Experience, 28 

George, 190 

George F., 190 

Helena B., 190 

Helena E., 190 

Huldah, 156 

J. J., 321 

Jane, 28, 37 

Jane A., 341 

Joel, 332 

John, 118 

Laban,294 

Laura E., 339 

Levi, 297 

Loring, 190 

Lucy, 332 

Martin, 190 

Maiy, 13 

Mary B., 353 

Nathaniel, 13, 15 

Nicholas, 28 

Priscilla, 39 

Otis, 216 

Sally L., 118 

Samuel, 16 

Sarah, 13, 64 

WiUard L., 190 

Winthrop A., 190 
Baldwin, Carrie D., 260 

JHUa,260 

Peter, 260 



Ban, Frederic, 50 

Mary L., 50 
Ballard, Mary. 34 
Bamford, Lydia H., 316 
Barber, JuhaH., 257 
Baricer, Abigail S., 112 

Ebenec^ 39, 42 

George Cf., 280 

Hannah, 13, 280 

John, 13 

Mary E., 280 

Peleg, 112 

Priscilla, 39, 42 
Barnes, Annie, 216 

Hannah, 216 

Heury W.,216 
Barr, COara L, 304 

George T., 304 
Barrell, Jeanette, 127 

Joshua, 127 
Barrett, Beatrice J., 364 

James W., 364 

Julia B., 364 
Barstow, Deborah, 64 

Gideon. 64 

Hatherly, 155 

Jane, 116 

Jane G., 247 

Job. 42 

Phebe Gray, 155 

Sylvia, 42 
Bartholomew, Mary, 300 
Bartlett, Gilbert R., 254 

Lucy A., 254 

Matthew, 230 

Sarah, 72 

Serafina, 230 

Sylvaniis, 72 
Barton, Catherine, 354 

Emma J., 354 

Gladys, 352 

James C, 354 

Lydia A., 268 

Minnie, 268 

Samuel G., 268 

William E., 352 
Bass, Bathsheba, 71 

Jonathan, 71 

Sarah H., 101 

William, 101 
Bassett, Daniel, 186 

Grace, 300 

Jonathan F., 267 

Lucy F., 267 

Lydia Ann, 267 

Mary, 186 

Susan E., 353 

William A., 300 



Bastcm. Daniel, 87 

Rhoda,87 
Batchelder, Horace K 

Mary A., 220 

Olive, 246 
Batchdor, Lissie A., 357 

Will L., 357 

WiU W., 357 
Bates, Desire, 156 

Lewis, 274 

Nancy, 103 

Ruth T., 274 
Baxter, Barnabas, 295 

Levi, 136 

Lucy, 136 

Marv T., 295 
Beal, Beals, Bemice F., 
325 

Charles L., 176 

Eben. 59 

Elisabeth B., 175 

Eloise L., 325 

Frank L., 176 

Frederick M., 325 

Georgia M., 176 

Hannah, 59 

Jacob. 339 

John W., 203 

Joshua, 40 

Laura, 339 

Louisa, 339 

Lucy L., 121 

Ruth, 102 

Samuel, 102, 175 

Sarah, 40 

Sarah A., 203 

Sarah B., 325 

Solomon J., 121 

Susanna, 40 

WilKam L., 176 
Beaman, Ly<ua, 93 

Mary, 93 

Noah, 93 
Beaise. Adeline, 206 
Beauple, Margaret, xii, 

Ralph, xii 
Beck, Jane, 125 

Thomas, 125 
Becker, Fanny A., 211 

George W., 211 
Beedle, Samuel, 178 

Sarah J., 178 
Belden, Clara, 127 
Belknap, Maiy, 217 
B^ Charles H., 113 

Hannah H., 246 

Mary Persis, 113 

Sarah A., 113 



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Bennett. Albert E., 208 

Beulah, 262 

David, 240 

Elisabeth E., 240 

Elisabeth R., 376 

Harriet E., 208 

Joseph, 376 

MaiyE.,376 
Benson, Albion K. P., 268 

Elisa A., 268 

Joseph, 10 

NeUie E., 268 

Walter L., 268 
Bent, Lucy, 02 

Peter, 02 (140 

Berlanga. Manuel R. de, 
Beiry, Ellen, 215 

Rachel D., 340 

William L., 215 
Beshong, Benjamin, 366 

Irene M., 366 

Maraaret, 366 
Best, Ethel, 368 
Bevan, James L., 265 
BickneU, Charles, 217 

EUsabeth, 130 

Lucy, 217 
Bigelow, Maria R., 300 

Sarah E., 223 
Biggar, Edith E., 344 
Binne^r, Amos, 35 

Benjamin, 61 

Charles J. F., 110 

Charles L., Ill 

Clarissa, 110 

Elisabeth, 36 

Elkanah, 36 

Enuly, 111 

George L., Ill 

Henriette W., Ill 

Ines A., 280 

Isabella, 110 

Jane, 61 

John, 100 

Maiy P., Ill 

Prentice, 111 

Rebecca, 35 

Rufus H., 280 
Bird, Elisabeth, 360 

Helen M., 360 

Horace, 360 

Rosette, 222 
Blake, Cordelias., 317 

Hannah, 103 

Marion B., 182 

Martin, 02 

Mary, 02 

Walter R., 182 



Blanchard, Asa Clap, 158 

Besa, 158 

Christiana, 54,00 

Edw. S., 240 

EnosO^OO 

Frank W., 00 

Fred P., 00 

Grace S., 240 

Hannah, 113, 158 

Hannah E., 00 

Horatio S., 00 

J., 87 

Jeremiah, 00 

Jonathan, 276 

Joshua, 25, 34 

Mary, 87, 276 

Mary A., 00 

Mary E., 113, 275, 276 

Nathaniel, 54 

Norman, 113 

Olive D., 158 

Persia De F., 00 

Rachel, 158 

Reuben, 00 

Saba, 154 

Sarah, 25, 34 

Sylvanus, 150 
Blight, AnnaL., 160 

Atherton, 160 
Blish, Sarah, 60 

Silas, 60 
Bliss, Elisabeth, 136 
Blossom, Betsey, 70 

Elisha, 70 
BlundeU,MaryA.,351 

Sarah, 351 

William F., 351 
Blimt, Edwin J., 308 

Ellen E., 308 

Emma L., 308 

Erastu8,308 

George L, 308 

Mary £., 306 
Bly. Bertha M., 284 

Charles L., 284 

Josephine H., 284 
Boardman, Edward L., 

Darius, 100 plO 

Fanny, 100 

Sarah J., 210 
Bodge, Ellis, 200 

Julia A., 200 

Sophia,200 
BcNUJt, Clara B., 258 

Clarissa R., 258 

Fred J.. 258 

Kenneth I., 258 

Lawrence 1., 258 



Bqgart, Loring J., 258 

Robin L, 258 

Rhoda A. . 258 
Bond, Harriet, 107 

Mary, 107 

Moses, 107 

Rebecca, 220 

William K, 220 
Bonnell, Geoi^ie E., 248 
Bonney, Albion, 73^ 

Eleanor, 237 
Booker, Daniel Alvah, 158 

Nementhis. 158 
Boott, Francis, 171 

Harriet, 171 

Kiric, 171 

Mary, 171 
Borden. Ftanoee I., 371 

Jenme I., 340 
Bosson, Elisabeth, 00 
Boston, Annie M., 223 
Bosworth, Benjamin, 10, 

Frances I., 371 (16 

Jennie I., 340 

Nathaniel, 6, 12 

Richard T., 371 

Sarah A., 371 

Sophia, 153 
BothweU, Chk)e L., 213 

Ethan R., 213 
Bouv^, Elisabeth, 100 
Boutwell, Claronoe L., 250 

Dean, 250 

Lilla,250 
Bowden, John S., 231 

Sarah, 231 
Bowditch, Alfred, 360 

Joanna, 117 

Mary L., 360 

Rosamond, 360 
Bowis, Frances, 142 

John, 142 
Bowker, Betsey, 257 

Elisa, 257 

John, 257 
Bpwman, Edmund, 44 

Elisa, 44,83 

Esther, 44 

Joseph, 44 

Joshua, 44 

Kathanne, 44 

Otis, 83 

Sarah, 44 

Solomon, 44 

Thaddeu8,44 
Boynton, Ari, 161 

Cali8ta,161 

C. F., 230 



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Bo3mtozi, Ellen L., 239 
Brace, Anna Pierce, 166 
Braokett, Anna G., 180 

ArOiurL., 180 

Bessie F., 364 

Caroline £., 270 

Donald, 180 

Herbert A., 180 

Lawrence, 180 

Maria L., 180 

Philip L., 180 

Walter J., 180 

WUder E., 364 
Bradford. Goodman, 6 

Abigail, 39 

Austin, 126 

Clintha, 132 

Deborah, 107 

Eliphalet, 107 

Elisabeth, 98 

Esther £., 132 

Eunice, 72 

George W., 132 

Hannah, 107 

Hannah B., 126 

Jesse, 296 

John, 72 

Joseph, 56 

Loring K., 132 

Maria L., 296 

Maiy A., 132 

Mary H., 132 

Mary R., 149 

Mercy S., 132 

Peter, 39 

Rachel, 33 

Richard, 33 

Robert, 56, 62 

Ruth, 56 

Samuel, 149 

Sarah, 56,62 

William L., 132 

Zilpah, 62 
Brastow, Frances, 152 

Fkank L., 133 

James T., 133 

Maria M., 133 

Sarah, 152 

Thomas £., 152 

William H., 133 
BratteU, Mr., 6 
Bray, John, 60 

Mary, 60 

Sarah W., 227 

Edith, 227 

Edward, 227 
Bieck, Mary, 41 

Susanna, 26 



Breed, Grace, 322 

Horace A., 225 

Sarah T., 225 
Brett, Ann S., 204 

Marsena. 204 
Brewster, Anna M., 116 

Charles^ 105 

Emily L., 116 

JuUa, 116 

Julia N., 116 

Nathan, 116 

PoUy, 105 

Samuel S., 116 
Brigham, Alice May, 164 

Joseph Edward, 164 

Mary Whitney, 164 
Briggs, Ann McG., 173 

^T18,217 

EHbridge B., 349 

Elisha, 113 

Elisabeth, 82 

Erastus M., 276 

George C, 173 

Grace L., 146 

Helen H., 132 

Jennie B., 349 

Joel, 299 

John, 82 

Laurentia, 113 

Lucinda, 113 

Lucy B., 349 

Lydfia, 217 

Mr., 146 

Margaret B., 299 

Mehitabel I., 299 

Sarah P., 276 
Bronsdon, Elisabeth B., 

John B., 178 [178 

Brooks, Ammi, 134 

Hannah 83 

LiUian M., 248 

Lucy, 134 

Lyman B., 311 

Maria C., 311 

Peter C., 248 

Sarah, 108 

Sarah B., 248 

William, 108 
Brown, Abigail, 31 

Alice G., 272 

Bartholomew, 184 

Caleb, 31 

Charles, 145 

Qiarles H., 250 

Fanny, 332 

H. Josephine, 31 

Hayman. 31 

Hopestill, 31 



Brown, Jane, 140 

Jdbn,31 

Jos^h, 332 

Lillian C, 294 

Lucy P., 332 

Maria R., 123 

Martha, 154 

Martha E., 250 

Mary, 137 

Nath., 173 

Nathaniel A., 119 

Roberta, 145 

SaUy, 119, 373 

Samuel J., 272 

Sarah, 31, 173 

Sophia, 184 

William, 31 
Brown-Sequard, Dr. C. 

E., 123 
Browning, Elizabeth G., 
Bruce, ^sa B., 179 [181 

Jonathan, 179 

Lydia, 179 
Bruning, Alice G., 215 

Henry M., 215 
Brunson, Mary M., 213 
Bryant, Anna H., 174 

(ieorge W., 174 

Mary E., 365 

Stephen, 23 
Buck, Charbtte, 295 
Buckiand, Benjamin, 13, 

Leah, 24 E34 

Rachel, 13 
Buckminster, Susanna, 26 
Bucknam, Deborah, 148 

Edna Augusta, 156 

Lucretia, 85 

Monroe, 156 

Sarah, 54 

William R., 54 
Burbank. Edward, 59 

Hannan, 59 

J. F., 209 

Lucy A., 209 
Burgess, Martha, 205 
Burteigh, Henry Q., 240 

MaiyJ.,240 

Sarah C, 240 
Bumham, Emily A., 223 
Bums. Anna J., 288 

Anthony, 171 
Burr, Albert G., 133 

Deborah, 79 

Levi, 79 
Butler, Jtilia A., 208 

Maiy, 48 

Mary Ann, 129 



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Butler, Milo, 129 

Peter, 48 

SuflaiiiuL25 

Wamn T., 208 
Buxton, Hannah, 84 

Olive, 51 
Byram, Dennis, 156 

Heniy O., 149 

Huldah, 156 

Lucxetia Richmond, 149 

C^y, Julia, 329 
Oahoon, Clarina, 160 

John, 150 
Caldwell, Angelia, 190 
Gallendar, Mary, 80 
Cameron, Anna, 333 
Campbell, Anna H., 227 

Hannah, 105 

Maiy Anne, 226 

Samuel F.. 157 

Sarah Ruth, 157 

Shubael, 105 

William, 226 

William B., 227 
Canfield, Myrtle L., 244 
Capen, Andrew, 107 

Elisabeth, 107 
Carew, Caroline L., 170 
Carl, Cecil £.,335 

Grace, 335 
Carleton, Frances, 151 

Henrietta T., 174 

James Henry, 174 

Phebe, 152 

Sarah, 152 

Sarah Mason, 151 

Sophia H., 239 

Williain, 151 
Carlisle, Cflara G.| 123 

Fanny, 123 

Florence, 123 

George, 123 

George L., 123 

Geoige W., 123 

Isabel, 123 

Jolm, 123 

Maria R., 123 

Sarah B., 123 

Susan J., 123 
Carmer, Helen L., 219 

John, 219 
Canies, Caroline D., 179 

Elizabeth, 100 

George W., 179 

Tliomas J., 100 
Cupenter, Annie, 280 

Hattie M., 280 



Carpenter, William H.,280 
Carswell. John, 186 
liUie Bell, 185 
Lucy It-t I^ 
Maria Franklin, 186 
Mary L., 186 

Willie R., 185 
Carter, Anna M., 826 

Anme, 325 

John, 325 
Canrer, Maiy E., 317 
CarviU.AdaL.,219 

Caroline A., 219 

Henry, 219 
Gary, Frances, 96 

George B., 96 

Helen, 96 
Case, Helen S., 185 
CasBavant, Ella A., 350 
Caster, Abram B., 131 

Alfred E., 131 

Edward A.. 131 

Elisabeth J., 131 

Harriet R., 131 

James L., 131 

John, 130 

John H., 131 

Robert E^ 131 

William a, 131 

William H., 130 

Zereda, 130 

Zereda A., 131 
Gate, Alice Lydia, 307 

Daniel A., 307 

Hannah A., 307 

Henry, 307 

La Fayette, 307 

Mary L., 307 
Catlin, D. K, 170 

Gertrude L., 170 
Chadboume, Cyrus E., 

Laur& A., 282 (282 

Mary, 155 

Sarah B., 282 
Chadsey, Mary Jane, 147 

William, 147 
Chaffee, Martin V. B., 
132 

Thomas. 2 
Chaffin, Christine H., 238 

George, 238 

George M., 238 

Maiy R., 238 

MathiasF.,238 
Chamberlain, Betsey T., 
Joshua, 122 (122 

Julia A., 239 
William, 3 



Chambers, Lydia, 76 
Margaret T., 156 
William, 76 
Chandler, Asa, 184 
Audrey J., 320 
Diana, 184 
EdwaidG.,297 
EllMridge H., 345 
Elisabeth P., 820 
Esther E., 320 
Hannah, 271 
Harriet C, 320 
Helen B., 346 
Loring O., 320 
Lucinda, 184 
Lydia, 24 
Philip, 88 
Robert F., 320 
Sarah, 88 
Sylvia, 346 
Winifred, 297 
Zebedee, 24 
Channing, Ellen K., 296 
Margaret F., 298 
William E., 298 
Chapin, Bda, 357 
Laura S., 357 
Lucretia, 148 
Roxana,357 
Chaplin, Caroline A., 281 
David,281 
Ellen H., 281 
Hiram, 295 
Lydia J., 295 
Chapman, John, 267 
Lucy F., 267 
Maiy E. W., 314 
Prudence, 64 
Oiase, Allan J., 208 
Amos, 176 
Anna B., 176 
Betsey S., 83 
Elisabeth, 53, 207 
Emma. 208 
• Humpnrey, 53 
Judith L., 176 
Olive W., 308 
Qieney^Sarah, 44 
Chick, Charles A., "271 

Nina F., 271 
Childs, Lydia Maria, 266 
Chilton, Mary, 160 
Christian, Ehsabeth, 74 

Henry, 74 
Oiuichill, Ada H., 182 
Anna IL., 276 
ArabeUa L., 322 
Eliaa,322 



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GhurehiU. Hden H., 132 

Isaiah F., 276 

James O., 132 

Mary A., 132 

(Miver, 132 

Samuel, 322 

Thomas L., 132 
Qafflin, Amasiah, 233 

£da,233 

Susan W., 233 
Clancy, Mary £.. 372 
Clap, Clapp, Desire, 120 

Ehzabeth, 56 

Esther, 340 

Sylvanus, 120 |145 

Clark, Clarke, Andrew, 

Anne, 47 

Benjamin, 47 

Dorothy, 22 

Elisabeth, 46 

Elisabeth Ann, 145 

Isaac W., 131 

James, 35 

LueUa,223 

Maria R., 211 

Marian F., 148 

Manr, 35, 324 

Melissa, 145 

Mr.. 6 

Nathaniel, 22 

Netta C, 131 

Samuel, 46 

William, 2 

William M., 211 
Clayton, Blanch M., 329 

^t>liL329 

Helen F., 329 

Hiiain,329 

Lucy L., 329 
Clements, Gershom, 122 

Martha T., 122 
Qeverly, Sarah, 209 
Clisbee, John, 93 

Lydia,93 
Cobb, Elisha B., 70 

Elisabeth, 86 

Jo8n)h, 86 

Lyd^70 

Lydia L., 70 

Mary, 235 

Sdi£,152 
Cochiane, Alexander, 353 

Charlotte B., 353 

BiaiyL., 353 
Cocke, Codes, Cox, Nicho- 
las, 32 

Sarah, 32 

Susanna, 32 



Codman, Abigail, 125 

Benjamin S., 178 

Elisabeth, 178 

James, 125 
Coe, Adelaide, 156 
CoflSn, Amos, 310 

Betsey, 205 

Paul. 153 

Sarah C, 310 

Syiena, 310 

Thomas, 205 
Cogswell, Jonathan, 152 
C^oon, Nellie U., 278 
Colby, Charles F., 186 

Ehsabeth R., 350 

George B., 350 

Laura A., 350 

Martha A., 130 

Mary W» 186 

William W., 130 
Cdoord^ Lucretia, 208 
Cole, Hannah, 298 

Harriet F., 298 

Raymond, 298 
Coleman, Emma, 172 

Nancy C, 155 

Waterman^ 155 
Collier, Coher, Collyer, 

Elisabeth, 36 

Experience, 28, 37 

Gershom, 17, 18 

Jane, 36 

John, 17, 36 

Thomas, 12, 37 
Collins (CoUyns), Good- 
man, 6 

AmeUa M., 330 

Frederick A., 330 

Mabel, 330 

Sarah Stewart, 174 
Colson, Gihnan, 152 

Mary, 152 
Colvin, Charles H., 310 

Fred H^ 309 

Henzy S., 310 

Mary K., 309 
Conant, Elisabeth Mecrill, 
159 

Emma,ix, 159 

Eva. 159 

Frederick O. xvi, xvii, 

Henzy V., 341 [159 

Marion, 160 

Marion K., 341 

Fersis L., 159 

Reginald O., 160 

Richard O., 159, 160 

Ruth B., 341 



Conary, E. Merrill, 371 

Grace L, 371 
Condon, Julia T., 287 
Condry, EUsabeth C, 266 
Connor, Hannah, 209 
Constant, Carol Ada, 366 
Conwell, Charles H., 213 

Elisa J., 213 
Cook, Adeline E., 366 

Albert L., 285 

Barnabas, 67 

Betsey R., 277 

Charles, 296 

Charles R., 292 

Clarissa, 296 

Ellis, 163 

Harriet C, 292 

Harriet E., 292 

Hasel A., 285 

John, 74 

Josiah T., 277 

Mary E., 277 

Mary M., 163 

Roxana,d05 

Ruth, 66, 67 

Sarah, 74 

Sarah E^ 296 
Cookson, Relief, 160 

Samuel, 160 
Cooley, Frances, 203 

Levi, 203 
Cqpeland,Ce]ia,54 

Ellen H., 200 

Joseph, 54 

Mary B., 200 

Stephen C, 200 
Corey. Charles A., 211 

Phebe A., 211 
Corlew, Charles H., 114 

EmUy. 114 

Francis A., 114 

Hannah, 114 

Hannah D., 114 

Joshua, 114 

William H., 114 
Cornell, Phebe A., 283 
Cornish, E. H., 373 

Gertrude F., 373 

Mary L., 373 

Mr. xiv, XV 
Cortes, Angeles, 363 

Cristina,363 

Salvador, 363 
Corthell, Deborah, 50 

EUjah,50 

Hannah. 50 

Isaac, 50 

Levi, 50 



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Gorthell, Loring, 50 

Mary L., 50 

SaUyL.,50 
Corwin. Daniel W., 124 

Hamet W., 124 
Coulter, Alice C, 308 

Arthur M., 308 

Elmer W.. 308 

Olive L., 308 

Walter L.. 308 
Cousens, Alfred, 130 

Rebecca F., 130 
Covell, Charles S., 215 

Jennie G., 215 
Cowley, J., 240 

Mary J., 240 
Cox, dlara. 222 

James U., 222 
Cove, Judson, 74 

Rebecca, 74 
Cragin, Isaiah L., 224 

Sarah A.. 224 
Craggy, Adelaide L., 331 

Henry H., 331 

Rida,331 
Craw, Seth de. 111 

Hannah, 111 
Crehore, CWles F., 175 

Elisabeth T., 175 

Frederic M., 175 

Mary W., 175 
Crispin, Mary E., 813 
Crittenden, Elisabeth, 73 

Ichabod, 73 
Crooke, Fnncisco, 140 

Josefa, 140 

RafaeLELl40 
Crocker, Abigail, 22 

Charles B., 302 

David, 22 

Maria, 302 

Martha C, 302 

Mary, 22 
Crosby, Maiy, 121 
Ciossman, Eusa B., 821 

Emily S., 321 

Levi a, 321 
Crowell,AbbaA.,350 

Hannah, 293 

Hetty K, 350 

Mary P., 205 

Otis, 205 

SaUy H., 205 

Sarah, 294 

William P., 350 



Abnm. 
Sarah B., 195 (195 

Saiah C, 195 



Cummings, Jane, 111 
Cunnin^iain, Andrew, 45 

Ann G., 96 

Arthur. 97 

Caleb L., 96 

Chementina, 96 

Edward, 96 

Elisabeth, 45 

Frances, 96 

Francis G., 96 

John A., 96 

Katharine H., 97 

Mary A., 96 

Sarah, 45 
Curtis, Charles T., 133 

Fanny M., 193 

Fhmces, 97 

Hannah, 156 

James T., 133 

John, 105 

Laura A., 133 

Lydia S., 133 

Maria L., 133 

Biaiy, 78 

Mary E^ 133 

Melsar H., 193 

Naomi, 154 

Orpah, 105 

Pends, 66 

Samuel, 78 

Seth, 66 

Sophronia, 270 

Theron P., 133 

Thomas. 97 
Cushing, Adam, 122 

Benjamin, 59 

Daniel, 46, 68 

David, 40, 291 

Deborah, 13, 21, 85, 46 

Elisha, 25 

Elisabeth, 46, 68 

George, 102 

Hannah, 13, 24 

Harriet, 122 

Jane, 59 

Jeremiah, 13 

John, 13, 21 

Judith, 67 

Leah, 25 

Lydia, 102 

Mary, 102 

Mary S., 291 

Matthew. 35 

Nehemian, 24 

Robert, 67 

Sarah, 21, 25, 40 

Sarah J., 291 

Solomon, 25 



Cushman, Alice B., 344 

Bathsheba,72 

Deborah, 105 

Dorothy, 148 

Isaac, 23, 148 

Joseph, 344 

Josiah, 105 

Mary, 344 

William, 72 
Cutter, Amelia, 51 

Elizabeth, 85 

Gershom, 296 

John, 85 

Mary B., 296 

Samuel, 51 

Samuel B., 85 

Sarah A., 85 

William R., 199 

Dahynmle, John, 74 

Judii£, 74 

Sallie, 162 
Dalton, Annie J., 257 
Damon, Deborah, 66 

Hannah, 66 

Nathaniel, 66 

Stephen, 66 
Dana, WiUiam D.. 143 
Danforth, Hannah, 136, 

James, 136, 224 [224 

Rebecca, 224 
Darrell, Mary A., 272 
Darrow, Alice M., 365 

Bertha, 365 

D. C, 365 [195 

Dasoom, Daakam, Anna, 

H. Sawyer, 196 
Davenport, Ellen M., 223 

Isaac, 232 

Lucretia,232 

Melvin A., 223 
Davidscm, Margaret, 101 
Davis. Anna, 84 

Catherine, 150 

Daniel, 90 

Desire, 69 

Elinor M., 130 

Fannie H., 130 

Goodman, 6 

Hannah, 90 

Harriet P., 130 

H<moe M., 130 

James W., 365 

Jennie, 130 

Jessie, 130 

Job CL 69 

Julia B., 365 

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399 



Davis, Lydia, 86 

Martha A., 130 

Mary E., 280 

Mary J., 130 

Matnda, 128 

OUver H., 130 

Sarah, 339 

Sarah L., 365 

Susan Louise, 172 

Stedman, 150 

Walter R., 172 
Pawes, Elizabeth, 77 

Sarah, 77 

Thomas, 77 
Day, Mary, 147 
Dean, Caroline M., 801 

Elijah, 301 

Frances, 142 

Mary M., 301 
Debec, Harriet, 248 

John, 248 

Tryphosa E.. 248 
Delano, Abigail, 325 

Betsey, 112 

George W., 325 

Isaac, 112 

Lucy, 112 

Nancy, 109 

Ruth, 117 

Susan A., 325 
Delius, Eduaido, 139 

Josefa, 139 • 
Dennis, Harriet S., 165 

John B., 165 
Dennison, Benjamin, 323 

Martha E., 323 

Martha S.. 323 
Denny, Rachel, 29 

Samuel, 29 
Denton, James, 117 

Rebecca. 117 
Derby, Edmund D., 224 

Harriet E., 224 
Devens, A. Dorothy, 170 
Dewitt, Elisabeth, 100 
Dexheimer, Jacob, 348 

Jeanette, 348 

Mabel W., 348 
Dexter, PhilUppe, 68 
Dias, Ernest L, 309 

Ida C, 309 

Robert K., 309 
Dike,ElisaJ.,200 

James, 200 
Dillaway, Mary, 179 
Dillingham, Ammi, 356 

Charles T., 249 

Era M., 249 



Dillingham, Helen M., 

LovTsa, 356 [356 

Dingley, Abner, 117 

Ann, 111 

Hannah, 111 » 

Ruth, 117 

Thomas, 111 
Disbro, Henriette W., Ill 
Doane, Joanna, 235 

Mary, 235 
Dodd, Abigail, 90 
Dolby, George E., 206 

Sarah E., 206 
Dole, Alice W., 251 

Joshua L., 251 
Doren, Delia, 324 
Dorman, Elena Cora, 268 
Dorr, Abigail, 46 

Aima J., 314 

Cora J., 314 

Ebenezer, 46 

Edward, 46 

Hannah, 46 

Samuel, 314 
Downes, Bascter, 293 

Susan, 293 
Drake, Carrie E., 304 
Draper, Chloe, 128 

John, 128 

Rebecca, 128 
Dresel, Anna, 256 

Ellis L., 256 

Louisa L, 256 

CMito,256 
Drew, Charles J., 187 

Hannah, 109, 187 

Marion, 160 

Mary, 109 

Myrtice M., 369 

Nellie A., 369 . 

Reuben. 63 

Sarah, 63 

Sylvanus, 109 

^enna, 187 

Welthea, 109 
Dnnkwater. Alethea, 159 

Anna, 149 

Elbridge. 87 

EUsabetih, 151 

Joseph, 158 

Margaret, 90 

Olive, 158 

Rachel, 159 

Sarah, 87 

Sylvanus, 159 

iVistram G., 90 
DriscoU, Daniel, 242 

Helen A., 242 



DrisooU, Henrietta A., 242 
Drummond, Ruth L., 208 

William A., 208 
Drury, Leander M., 369 

Myrtice M., 369 

Nellie A., 369 
Dudley, David, 163 

EUsabeth M., 163 

P.. 19 
Dunbar, Hannah, 66 

Henry K., 224 

John M., 121 

Jonathan, 66 

Mansylvia, 224 

Melsar, 66 

MoUy, 66 

Nabby, 66 

Susan, 121 
Duncan, Amelia S., 353 

Ehnira S., 353 

William P., 353 . 
Dunham, Caroline, 240 

Charles, 240 

Edith, 240 

Henry M., 189 

Lizzie J., 189 
Dunnels, Louisa S., 150 
Durant, Clara E., 114 
Durgin, Luoette, 303 
Dwight, Lawrence, 194 

SaUy P., 194 

Theodore F., 194 
Dyer, Thomas, 6 

Joseph, 25 

Mary, 25 

Earley, Christie P., 261 

Grace E., 261 

Helen L., 261 

Joseph M., 241 

Lester W., 261 

Marian E., 261 

Theodore P., 261 
Easterbrook, Estabrook, 
Esterbrook, Elisa- 
beth. 44 

Hannah, 24 

Joseph, 24 

Nehemiah, 44 

Submit, 24 
Eastman, Ida, 367 
Eaton, Abbie F., 220 

Abigail, 219 
^ Barnabas, 305 

Betsey, 305 

Charies, 219 

Ellen A., 226 

Esra, 270 



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Eaton, Francis L., 220 

Frederick, 220 

Joseph, 219, 220 

Martha, 270 

Mary A., 219, 220 

Rowland, 220 

Sarah C. H., 270 

Solomon, 220 
Eaulen, Aram, 232 

Eliiabeth, 232 
Eayrs. Sarah, 102 

William, 102 
Eberman, Hester A., 355 
Edes, Daniel, 43 

Katherine, 43 
Edson, Alden, 201 

Asenath, 257 

Henry, 267 

Maria V., 201 

Minerva, 201 
Edwards, Alice, 298 

Lucy Rebecca, 165 

Monroe L., 105 

William L., 298 
Ehrmann, Ida M., 292 

William C, 292 
Eldrid^, Alice, 70 

Deborah, 71 

Ephraim, 124 

John, 71 

Kelley. 70 

Mae Eula, 223 

Martha, 116 

Mary, 124 

S^dvester A., 116 
Ellis, Clarinda, 346 

Edith L., 346 

James H., 346 

Joel, 183 

Mira,183 
Ellison, Frances C, 232 

WiUiam, 232 
Emerson, Elisabeth, 306 

Hawley, 306 

Olive, 147 
Emery, Abigail M., 349 

Adelaide F., 349 

Charles, 349 

Franklin £., 330 

Helen P., 330 

Jeanette, 127 

Judge, 127 

LySaS.,330 

Widow, 152 
Enfield, 173 

Enriques, Emanuel, 140 
Epperson, W. H., 240 
Erskine, Elisa L., 186 

James, 186 



Estes, Ussie S., 348 
Eteridge, Mary, 48 

Thomas, 48 
Evans, Charles W., 236 

Ella A., 350 

LiUie B., 185 

Lucy L., 185 

Rhoda. 136 

Samuel C, 185 

Sarah E., 235 

W. Jones, 185 

William, 136 
Everts, Nancy A., 222 

Fairservice, Elisabeth, 100 
Fales, Elisa A., 268 

Sarah E., 236 
Famam, Goodman. 6 
Farrington, Abby A., 241 

Charlotte, 241 

Daniel, 241 
FarweU, Albert B., 255 

AHce P., 288 

Burrage T., 255 

Edward P., 255 

EUsabeth, 255 

Floietta, 255 

Grant H., 288 

Helen M., 255 

Lawrence C, 255 

Loring C, 255 

Margaret C, 255 

Pan5T^255 
Faulkner. Francis, 218 

Hannah, 218 

Lois, 218 
Faunce, Anna, 196 

James P., 196 
Faxon, Asaph, 199 

Betoey W., 199 

Eunice A., 199 

Relief, 160 

Richard, 160 

Susannah, 160 
Fayette, Fayestine, 236 
Fearing, Hawkes, 119 

Lucy, 119 

Lyd[ia, 138 

Margaret, 119 
Feltis, Charles A., 186 

Eva L., 186 

Maud L, 186 

Sarah B., 186 
Fennen. or Fenecy, 

Elizabeth, 100 

Thomas, 100 
Fern, Mary H., 132 
Fickett, Major, 131 

Adelaide £., 131 



Fiokett, Elisabeth M., m 

George L., 131 

James £., 131 

Helen M., 131 
Field, Abigail, 156 

Charles. 238 

Marie T., 238 
Figueroe, Jose de, 230 
Finney (Phinney), Dd>- 
orah, 38 

Elisabeth, 38 

Hannah, 38 

Jeremiah, 38 

John, 38 

Loring, 38 

Mary, 38 

Rebecca, 38 

Thomas, 38 
Fisher, Aleen, 321 

Allen, 321 

Charles, 299 

Emery, 163 

Julia £., 321 

Louise, 321 

Mary J., 163 

Patience £., 299 
Fisk, Fiske, Adam, 224 

Alice W., 350 

David, 43, 161 

Dulcina, 161 

Elisabeth, 161 

Elisabeth C, 155 

George D., 155 

Isaac, 161 

Lydia,43 

Maiy,224 

Fitch, Adeline, 309 

Charies E., 309 

Helen M., 309 

James A., 309 
Fitsgerald, Katie A., 376 
Flagg, John G., 272 

Sarah E, 272 

Sarah F., 272 

Susanna, 82 

Zebadiah,82 
Fletcher, Dexilla, 310 
Floyd, Agnes E., 103 
Flynn, Bonita, 244 

James D., 244 
Fogue, Celina, 271 

HypoUte N., 271 
Folger, Lucy F., 2^1 

Margaret, 281 

Paul, 281 
FoUett,ElderJ., 153 

Elisabeth, 153 

James F., 153 



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FoUett, Maiy R., 163 
Foote, AureLa, 299 

Eirnioe A., 299 

Ralph, 299 
Fold, A. W^ 166 

Charles U., 247 

Elethe S., 166 

Geoigietta S., 247 

Gertrude B., 247 

Hannah, 39 

Hattie, 284 

Henrietta C, 247 

Wait, 39 
Foster, Abby, 162 

Ada M., 208 

Appleton £., 233 

Bertha E., 261 

Gharies, 261 

Edith, 240 

Frank K, 261 

Frederick A., 162 

Joseph, 208 

Louise A., 233 

Malvina.208 

WalterH^208 

William H., 240 
Fowler, Joseph, 126 

Lydia, 160 

Sarah, 126 
Francis, Caroline, 269 

Ethdyn M., 276 

Hannah, 44 

Richard, 44 

WlliamP.,276 
I^ranks, Elizabeth A., 263 

Luther, 263 
FVeenian, Abigail, 117 

Enoch, 117 

Joseph, 62 

Mary, 117 

Mary C, 163 

PoBy, 117 

8arBh.62 

Tabitha,62 

W. M, 163 
Ftaich, Hannah, 9, 12 . 

Stephen, 9, 12 
Fiost, Adelaide, 317 

Frederick B., 317 
Fadger, Amelia B., 89 
Fuller, Aael, 94 

Jabes, 40 

Jessie L., 321 

Joseph, 92 

Julia, 94 

Lucena,92 

Lucy, 40, 92 

Maiy,62 



Fuller, Mary R., 238 
Seth,40 
Zephaniah, 62 

Gage, Fanny, 166 

George, 166 
Gannett, Susanna, 42 

Thomas, 42 
Gardiner, Harriet £., 250 
Mary, 260 
William. 260 
Gardner, Bertha L., 373 
David, 40 
Elisa,337 
EUen,337 
Eugene, 373 
George, 337 
George B., 289 
Hattie, 367 
Lucretia F., 197 
Lvdia,40 
Margaret, 197 
Maria A. 289 
Minnie E., 367 
Robert F., 197 
8eth,367 
Garland, Clara E., 220 
dariflBa. 220 
Edm^ N., 220 
Emma M., 220 
Joseph, 220 
Garrabrant, Ellen, 181 
Garrett, Harriet A., 222 
Gay, Rubie A., 320 
Geary, Geoige Warren, 
Jane Bailey, 167 (167 
Gerrish, Phebe J., 148 
Gerry, Mary, 146 
Mary Eliaabeth, 146 
Seth, 146 
Gephart, Emma C, 268 
Gerts, Abby S., 209 

Captain. 209 
Qibbens, Hannah, 362 
Gibbs, Elijah D., 212 
Elisabeth, 99 
Ina»212 
Jane A., 212 
Rowena,212 
Samuel C, 212 
William, 99 
Qibby,Ndlie,208 

Samud.208 
Gibson, Goodmani 6 
Qifford, Jane, 20 
John, 20 
Jo8iah,20,d4 
Samuel, 20 



QHkey, Belinda, 314 
Caleb B., 314 
Clementine W., 314 
Rachel, 261 
Gihnan, A. W., 240 
AbigaU, 69, 266 
Alice W., 362 
Frederick, 266 
Louisa, 266 
MaryL.,240 
Qilmore, Alice May, 164 
Clarence Edgar, 164 
Elbert Edward, 164 
Lloyd Henry, 164 
Lonng Edgar, 164 
Gittings, Esther M., 220 

Joel H., 220 
Glass, Harry, 277 
Lawrence W., 277 
Lottie M., 277 
Gleason, Hannah S., 146 
Glover, Eldora, 297 
Shapleigh P., 297 
Goddard, Cornelia, 166 

George A., 166 
Golden, Mary M., 316 
Phebe M^ 316 
William H., 316 
Goodrich, CeUa A., 192 

S. M., 112 
Goodridge, Levi, 141 
Sarah Brown, 141 
Sybil, 313 
William, 313 
Goodwin, Charles H., 331 
Clara A., 331 
Clara M., 331 
Gordon, Albert L., 216 
Alvin J., 216 
Ann D., 141 
Jane B., 68 
John, 141 
Laura T., 216 
Lucy M., 216 
Mary S., 216 
Timothv, 68 
Gorham, i«iac, 296 
Lydia J., 296 
Rusilla,296 
GosB, Cyrus, 121 

Hannah, 121 
GouM. Goold, Carlisle R., 
EUsha, 36, 60 [327 

Elisabeth, 60 
Experience, 36 
Gladys, 327 
Heniietta,271,313 
James, 20 



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Gould, Goold, Jane, 96, 61 

John, 36, 59, 60 

Joseph, 61 

Lydia, 59, 231, 232 

Martha, 60 

Mary, 20, 37, 61 

Mehitabel, 60 

Nancy R., 177 . 

Pelatiah, 271 

Pelatiah W., 313 

Robert, 10, 32, 177 

Rosa, 271 

Rosa H., 313 

Sarah, 32 
Goulding, Caroline, 130 

Nancy, 130 

William R., 130 
Gove, Jonathan, 75 

Kezia, 75 
Granger, Eldad, 181 

Ellen A., 181 

Mary, 181 

Sarah, 181 

Washington I., 181 
Graupner, Mary Ann, 180 

Stephen. 180 
Graves, Abbie K., 294 

Henry, 294 

Olive K., 294 
Gray, Anna G., 97 

Asa, 168 

Dorothy, 22 

Edwimf, 22, 47, 102 

Edward, 97, 102 

Eleanor B., 168 

EUzabeth G., 97 

Ellen, 97 

Florence, 97 

Fcances L., 97 

Francis, 97 

BBnry,231 

IsaE^97 

Jane F. B. A., 231 

Jane L., 168 

Joseph, 53 

Katherine H.,- 97 

Lydia, 22 

Margaret, 102 

Mary, 47, 53 

Mary C^ 97 

Mary (Crosby), 121 

Phebe, 87 

Sarah F., 97 

Thomas, 87 

William, 97 
Greeley, Greely, Ann, 95 

Eliphalet, 90 

Elisabeth, 90 



Greeley, Greely, Fiances, 

George D., 323 [97 

Hannah, 90 

Jennie G., 323 

Jonathan, 90, 95, 97 

Margaret, 245 

Mary, 95, 97 
Green, Greene, Hattie F., 

John C., 252 [262 

Nessfield, 302 
Greenough, Anna L., 169 

Richard G., 169 

Richard S., 169 

Sarah D., 169 
Grifiin, Elinor M., 130 

Rachel. 89 
Groce, Elijah, 66 

Lucy, 66 
Gross, Ricardo, 313 
Grund, Julia, 312 
Guillhou, Ernest, 363 

Muta,363 
Gunning, Ann, 338 

Elisabeth, 338, 370 

Frances, 370 

James M., 338 

Philip, 370 
Gyles, Mary, 47 

Hackenburg, Harriet H., 

300 
Hadigan, Elisabeth, 335 
Hager, Frederick W., 243 

Sarah M., 243 
Haldane, Anna, 173 
Hale (see Heald) 

Carl, 166 

Charles, 166 

Mary, 166 

Pierre, 166 
HaU, Althea, 38 

Anna Gray, 159 

Daniel A., 159 

Mary, 98 

Stephen, 98 

Susanna, 98 
Hallett, Amanda, 279 

Ella, 279 

Mercy, 122 

Thomas, 279 
Hallock, Marie A., 275 
Ham, Mary J., 311 

William S.. 311 
Hamilton, Elisabeth, 243 

£phraim,243 

Jane, 87 

Martha, 155 

Sarah, 157 



Hamilton, Saiah E., 243 

William, 87 
Hamlen, A. Dorothy, 170 

Elisabeth P., 170 

Gertrude, 170 

Gertrude L., 170 

Miriam P., 170 

Nathaniel P., 170 

Paul M., 170 
Hamlett, Alice G., 275 
Hammond, Joseph, 47 

Susanna, 47 
Hancock, Dorothy, 237 

John, 237 

Susan K., 237 
Hand, John H., 333 

Louise, 333 

Mira L., 333 
Handy, Mlartha J., 223 

Nathan L., 223 
Harding, Eliza, 179 

Ehner E., 344 

Jesse, 179 

Mary A., 344 
Haidy, Elisabeth, 266 

John G., 266 
Haigraves, Ann, 150 
Harlow. Hannah, 214 

Micah B., 214 
Harrington, Lydia, 135 

Peter, 135 
Harris, Abbie A., 131 

Arthur T., 131 

Betsey M., 131 

Charles L., 131 

Elisabeth, 227 

Fhmces, 267 

Helen A., 233 

Hervey C., 233 

Joseph, 267 

Lillian C, 131 

Maigaret H., 131 

Melville L., 132 

Netta C, 131 

Sarah, 267 

Serbia M.. 132 

Thomas W., 131 • 
Harrison, Goodman, 6 
Hart, Edmund, 102 

Prudence C, 102 
Hartshorn, Emily, 203 

Frederick, 203 
Hartsell, Antoinett^ 359 
HaskeU,AdaL.,219 

Alaric W., 219 

Hannah, 149 

John, 236 

Lydia, 150 



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HaakeU, Martha W., 208 

Sarah D., 236 

Sarah E., 236 

Walter A., 203 
Hastings, Allsert H., 223 

Anna C, 223 

Ella S.. 223 

Emily W., 179 

George H., 179 

John C, 223 

Martha, 223 

Mary, 223 
^ Mary Martha, 164 

Saraii E., 223 
Hasty, Frances L., 218 

James, 218 
Hatch, Edna, 147 

Emmons, 254 

Eva L., 147 

Frank, 147 

Frank Bartlett, 147 

Harriet E., 246 

Jabez, 189 

Mary R., 254 

Maurice, 147 

Mildred, 147 

Ruthena, 189 

Thaddeus, 246 
Hatfield, Harold, 315 

Maria, 315 

Mildred, 315 

Walter D., 315 
Hathaway, Eben, 183 

Ehnira, 183 

Gilberts., 133 
Haven, Lucy Ellen, 323 
Hawes, Anna, 205 
Hawk, Hawke, Hawkes, 

Margaret, 20 

Mary, 20 

Matthew, 20, 60 

Sarah, 21 
Hawley, Sarah, 45 
Hay, Charlotte, 129 

Edmund, 129 

Rebecca, 129 

William, 129 
H^den, Daisy E., 186 

Elisha.81 

Eliza L., 186 

Elizabeth, 81 

Ernest P., 216 

Helen P., 216 

Henry L., 186 

Etenxy W., 186 

Polly, 173 
Hayes, Andrew, 87 

Jane, 51, 87, 89, 158 



Hayes, John, 51, 87, 89 

Lucy, 87 

Mary Richmond, 154 

Samuel, 154 

Sarah, 89 

Sarah L., 202 
Hayford, Almira Elwell, 

Arvida, 151 |151 

Sarah, 151 

William Bicknell, 151 ' 
Hayman, Elizabeth, 29 

Mary, 29 

Nathan, 29 
Haynes, Bertha S., 306 

Herbert, 306 
Haward, Aaron, 312 

Bela,195 

Eliza, 312 

Eliza A, 312 

Ellen, 345 

Lavinia, 195 

Martin, 345 

Mary, 312 

Mary M., 345 

Ruth, 195 
Head, Elizabeth J., 66 
Heald, Abbie, 219 

Abby F., 219 

Belle, 219 

Betsey, 219 

Carohne A., 219 

Edward P., 219 

EUzabeth, 219 

Elizabeth E., 334 

Fhmces L., 218 

Harriet E., 219 

Helen L., 219 

John L., 219 

Jonas, 219 

Julia A, 219 

Louisa, 219 

Martha Caroline, 162 

Mary C, 163 

N. Loring, 163 

Sampson C., 162 

Sampson Clark, 163 

Simeon, 218, 219 
Heglon, Carrie, 319 
H^enway, Ehhu, 257 

Hepsibeth M., 257 
Henwood. 279 

Anna C., 279 

Catherine E., 279 

John J., 279 
Herbert, George I.> 296 

Helen G., 324 
Herbolt, Geoige L, 206 

Joan F., 20S 



iOerbolt, William H., 296 
Heredia, Amalia, 230 

Isabel, 230 

Julia, 312, 313 

Julio, 240 

Manuel A., 230 

Ricardo, 230 

Tomas, 312 
Herera, Francis, 140 

John, 140 

Josephine, 139 
Herring, David, 150 

Lydia, 150 
Hersey, Abbie W., 203 

Abigail F., 289 

Alice, 53, 54 

Ann J., 276 

Anna C., 204 

Benjamin, 292 

Caleb D., 304 

Clara L., 304 

Emma L., 292 

Hollis,202 

Jane, 204 

John, 204 

Joshua, 53, 54 

Mary A, 202, 289 

Saraii, 53 

Watson C, 2.03 

Wilson, 289 
Hewett, Martha C, 326 
Hichbom, Sarah K., 267 
Hicks, Charles E.. 155 

Dorcas Mitchell, 155 
Higgins, Carrie M., 275 

Louise R., 282 

Maria, 315 

Mattie E., 315 

Nellie L., 282 

Thomas W., 275 

William, 282, 315 
Hildreth, Anna S., 193 

Charles H., 193 
Hill, Mary A., 244 

Naomi S., 153 
HiUer, D. Albert, 176 

Sarah F., 176 
Hills, Chester T., 221 

Lydia B., 232 

Mary, 221 

William F., 232 
Hilton, Georgiana F., 246 

Joseph, 246 

Mary S., 161 
Htnckley, AdeUne, 124 

Benjamin, 124 

BetiUa, 124 

Haimalk, 71, 124 



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Hinckley, Helen M., 829 
John, 124 
Lydia, 124 
Ronald L., 329 
Sanh, 69 
Hoar, Esther, 44 
John, 135, 136 
Rhoda, 153, 136 
Hobart, BeU, 290 

Bertha, 139 

Caleb, 20 

Nehemiah, 33 

Rachel, 20 

Samuel, 139 

Sarah £., 290 

Sarah W., 290 
Hodgkins, Miss, 119 
Hodgman, Henry H., 311 

Josie F., 311 
Hoffman, Margaret, 131 
Holbrook, Allen P., 71 

John, 6 

Lydia, 139 

Lydia L., 71 

Mary, 234 

Silas, 139 
Holden, Hoiace B., 192 

Lillian F., 192 

Roger C, 192 
HolUmd, Anne, 47 

Hepsibah, 256 

John, 256 

Mary, 256 

Thomas, 47 
Hollis, Royal, 212 

Sally H., 212 

Sarah S., 212 
HoUister, Margaret C. 

Margaret P., 333 

Watson P., 333 
Holt, Horace, 165 

Sarah Elisabeth, 166 
Hohnes, Annie F., 325 

Edna D., 263 

Harriet A., 253 

Herbert F., 289 

Margaret A., 253 

Mary W., 289 
Homans, Harriet, 160 
Homer, ElUsabeth, 100 

Hannah, 82 

Jacob, 100 

Mary, 57 

Simpeon, 82 
Hopkms, Anson J., 320 

Jennie B., 320 

John, 264 

Lincoln L., 320 



Hopkins, Mary J., 264 

Susan (Brace), 264 
Horn, Calvin, 158 

Sarah Hayes. 158 
Horton, Aleen M., 374 
House, Sarah, 74, 102 

Timothy, 102 
Howard, Nathan, 42 

Sarah, 42 
Howe, Bathsheba, 94 

Elisabeth, 134 

EUen M., 257 

Esekiel, 94, 95 

George W., 257 

Israel, 134 

Orinda, 165 
Howes, Cora L., 299 

Phihp, 299 

Temperance B., 299 
Huckina, Amanda K., 301 

Elisa A., 301 

James, 301 
Hudson, Ansel, 276 

Eunice A., 339 

Sarah F., 276 
Huett, Martha C, 326 
Huff, Sarah A., 203 
Hull, Clarissa R., 257 
Humphrey, Dorcas, 87 

Elizabeth J., 251 

Fanny M., 251 

Geoige, 291 

John, 87, 90 

Joshua, 86 

Mary Ann, 90 

Phebe, 86 

Sophia T. A., 291 

Sylvanus B., 251 
Hunnewell, 235 
Hunt, Alethea A, 111 

Charles H., 260 

Elisa T.. 260 

Elisabeth A. W., 253 

Emily B., 112 

Enmia J., 260 

Geoige W., Ill 

Gihnan R^ 112 

Harrison G., Ill 

Isabella, 111 

James, 111 

Jane, 01 

John D., 228 

Julia M., Ill 

L. J., 233 

Margaret, 91 

Mary, 31 

Mary J., 233 

Nancy, 266 



Hunt, Samuel C, 253 

Sarah, 228 

Sarah J., 253 

Shrimpt<m, 91 

Sophia L., Ill 

William, 31 
Huntingdon, Annie, 240 
Huntington, Grace, 342 
Huasey, Julia, 306 

William B.. 306 
Huston, Caleb S., 140 

Cornelia, 146 

Ines Bucknam, 146 
Hutchins, Evelyn T., 296 

Flora B., 364 

Francis B., 364 

George A, 296 

Mary E., 296 

Sarah L, 364 

Thomas W., 296 
Hutchinson, Bertha, 363 

Deborah, 217 

Emma;217 

Eugeme, 318 

James P., 217 

Joseph, 133, 217 

Lucy, 133, 217 

Lucy A., 133 

Marie, 217 

Nancy, 217 
Hyde, Caroline B., 262 

Caroline R. M., 262 

John W., 262 
H^and, Iva, 370 

Iva G., 288 

Ide, Eira, 41 

Sarah, 41 
InuJls, Adelaide M., 367 

Betsey, 218 

Dr., 218 

Susan M., 367 

Williams, 367 
Inglee, Jane, 72 

lilattie, 189 

Moses, 72 
Ingimham, Joshua, 311 
Isaac, Mabel A., 362 

Jacob, David F., 50 
Deborah, 35 
Hannah, 9, 27, 46 
Jael, 46 

John, 10, 35, 67 
Maiy, 9, 35 
Nicholas, 9 
Peter, 27, 46 
Submit, 67 



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James, Philip, 80 

Ruth, 80 

Jackson, Goodman, 6 

Anna Pierce, 168, 169 

Charles, 167 

Charles Loring, 168 

Edward, 46 

Eleanor B. G., 168 

Elisabeth, 101 

Ernest, 169 

Hannah, 46 

Joseph, 101 

Patnck T., 168 

Susan M.. 168 
Jacobs, Esther. 348 

Esther C^ 292 

Hannah F., 348 

Joseph, 292 

Lucy M., 292 

Susan A., 204 

Warren, 348 

William, 204 
James, Ella F., 322 

Philip, 80 

Ruth, 80 
Jamieson, Charlotte J., 

James, 227 [227 

Jarvis, Alice L., 307 

Chevalita, 172 

Elizabeth R., 172 

George, 133 

James, 172 

Lucy A., 133 

T. W., 307 
Jeanes (Janes) Deborah, 

William, 45 [45 

Jenkins, Albert, 310 

Dexilla F., 310 

EUis, 209 

Henry, 360 

Minnie E., 360 

Saiah,209 

Susanna, 209 
Jenks, Isaac, 73 

Margaret, 73 
Jenkson, Faith, 48 

Joseph, 48 

Jennings, Rhoda A., 268 
Jewett, Charles F., 310 

Georgianna, 310 
James, 127 
Maria £., 223 
Vesta, 127 
Johns, Daniel, 301 
Margaret, 301 
Mary C, 301 
Johnson, Alonso, 374 
Benjamin, 198 



Johnson, Caroline M., 334 
Frank, 146 
Grace L., 146 
Harold, 146 
Helen, 126 
Henriette, 198 
J. B., 352 
Laura L., 374 
Lucia, 219 
Nellie, 319 
j[>badiah,76 
Rebecca, 44 
Sally, 225 
Samuel, 45, 76 
Sarah, 76, 225, 374 
Sarah A., 352 
Sarah E., 334 
Sarah F., 352 
Susan S., 146 
William H., 334 
Johnston, Anna E., 317 
Harriet S., 181 
Mary, 317 
Thomas A., 181 
William, 317 
Jones, Joanes, A. F., 208 
Abner L., 68 
Abraham, 6, 8 
Ann B., 195 
Baker, 285 
Bart]ett,84 
Beatrice, 257 
Betsey, 161 
Charles, 195 
Clarissa, 84 
Deborah, 195 
Deborah C. 285 
Elizabeth, 68 
Frederick P., 208 
George £., 257 
Hannah, 161 
Hannah B., 285 
Jane B., 68 
John, 142, 161 
Lucinda, 151 
Mary, 16, 17, 19 
MiUicent, 142 
SaUy,83 
Samuel, 83 
Sarah, 68, 208, 228 
Solom(ni,68 
Thomas, 15, 19,68,208, 
Vicy Matilda, 179 [228 
Jordtto, Caroline C, 164 

John W., 164 
Josselyn, PoUy, 69 
Henry, 108 
Thomas, 69 



Josselyn, Joanna, 108 
Joy, Mary, 49 

Samuel, 49 

Thankful, 49 

Kane, I^rdia, 149 
Karr, Mabel, 330 
Kaull>ack, Charles T., 307 
Fred C, 307 
Homer G., 308 
Leona K., 307 
Mabel K, 307 
Mary L., 307 
Keene, E. Maud, 348 
Hannah, 217 
Joanna, 348 
Samuel, 348 
Keith, Abbie J., 349 
Abijah, 349 
Dora D., 312 
Florence L., 349 
Frederick, 295 
Sarah J., 312 
Sarah S., 295 
William, 312 
Kelley, Albert A. F., 206 
Alice J., 206 
Amos, 206 
Elizabeth, 206 
Fkeeman.206 
George F., 206 
Mary, 206 
Paufina B., 350 
Sarah, 206 
Kellogg, Amy Elizabeth, 
Lorenzo, 126 [211 

Sabrina, 126 
Kempton. Julia A., 219 
Kenan. Hannah, 228 
Kendall, Joel, 164 

Mary Martha, 164 
Kenney, Augustme 246 

Mary M., 246 
Kentrar, Ann M., Ill 

George, 111 
Keohan, Elizabeth B., 
Kerr. Eva, 315 (325 

John, 315 
Joseph, 315 
Loring, 315 
Marion, 315 
R. Geasner, 315 
Keyes, Atwood B., 223 
Ella S., 223 
Israel N., 261 
Mary A., 261 
Robert L., 261 
Kimball, Aaron, 161 



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Kimball Anna L., 259 

Caroline F., 259 

MarehaU G., 259 

Rebecca, 161 

William M^^ 259 
Kindersley, Henrietta L., 

N. E^ ^ (226 

King, Caroline I., 368 

Caroline W., 194 

Clara W., 346 

Daniel P., 194 

Ella M.. 3^ 

Ellen M., 194 

Ernest L., 258 

Florence, 109 

Hannah A., 258 

George W., 346 

John, 94 

Lucy, 151 

Origen F., 258 

Sarah, 94 

Sarah Page. 194 
Kingman, Deborah, 42 

Isaac, 42, 72 

Jane, 72 

Lemuel, 42 

Ruth, 42 
Knapp, Heniy A., 185 

LiUie L., 185 
Knight, Emma W., 236 

George, 84 

Leomce B., 84 

Mehitabel, 310 

Nathan, 310 

Stephen D.^36 

Susan J., 237 

Susan P., 310 
Knowlton. Ix>ring W., 175 

Louisa W., 175 

Nathaniel W., 175 

Ladd; John W., 176 

Sarah F.. 176 
LsJia, Sarah, 98 
Lake, Alice E., 374 

Elsie S.2374 

George W., 374 
Lakin, Jane, 86 
Lambert, Maria, 324 

Patience, 324 

Zaocheus, 324 
Lamont, Ada A., 252 

Helen M., 252 

Silas S., 252 
Lampson, Lambert, 164 
LanadL Lydia, 37 
Lane, Colonel, 128 

Dorcas, 153 



Lane, Elisabeth, 67 

Leavitt, 67 

MatUda, 128 
Li4>ham. Israel, 67 

Submit, 67 
Larkin, Georgie G., 114 
Latrobe. Charlotte P., 266 

John H. B., 266 

Lydia R., 266 |249 

Laxuhton, Arabella G., 

Charles M.. 249 

EHsabeth G., 249 

Malcolm, 249 

Margaret A., 249 

Mary L., 249 
Lawley. Caroline A., 298 

Edwm A., 298 
Lawrence, Amos A., 836 

Elisa, 44 

Samuel, 154 

Sarah A., 154 

Sarah E., 336 

Susan Mason. 336 
Laws, Angelia, 290 

Georgia M., 176 
Leach, Bessie H., 345 

Esra H., 345 

Maigaret, 345 

Rhoda, 44 

Susan S., 273 
Leavitt, Alonso E., 307 

Eira,68 

Fenwick L., 217 

Hannah, 24 

John, 24, 201 

Lucy, 217 

Mary L., 307 

Polly, 68 

Sally C, 201 

Samuel M., 308 

Sarah, 24 
Le Baron, Eugen^ P., 275 

Frederick N., 275 

Georgiana, 275 

Marie A^ 275 
Ledyard, Caroline, 207 
Lee. Anna Lydia, 214 

Harriet B.. 175 

Paulina M., 214 

Stella P., 214 

Thnothy W., 214 

Washington L., 2^4 
Leighton, Cora Maria, 

G^Tge W., 145 (145 

Nathaniel W., 130 

Mary E., 130 
Leiand, Joseph D., 343 

Mary A., 343 



Leiand, Mary P., 348 
Leonard, Hannah, 238 
« Mary J., 155 

Rose, 113 
Lettioe, Dorothy, 22 
Lewis, Eleanw, 122 

Elijah, 202 

Elvira S., 275 

Frederick, 122 

Hannah, 27 

Ichabod,45 

James S., 228 

John, 27 

Maiy L. W., 202 

Sarah, 27, 69 

Sarah A., 228 

Sarah S., 202 

William B., 296 

Winifred S., 296 
Lincoln, Anna, 118 

Arthur, 230 

Belinda, 63 

Benjamin, 25 

Calvin, 63 

Charles, 214 

Deborah, 71 

Ebeneser, 33 

George, 121 

Jacob, 50 

Jane, 121 

Joanna, 89 

John, 139 

Loring, 22 

Luke, 22 

Lydia, 22; 139 

Margaret W., 242 

MarmS., 230 

Martha, 118 

Mary, 25 

Mary P., 214 

Moses, 50 

Nathan, 118 

P^rez, 71, 89 

Rebecca, 214 

Serafina,230 

Sarah, 33 

Silas S., 242 

Thomas, 9 
lindsay,' Betsey, 157 

James, 157 

Jane, 157 
Linnell, Ruth, 124 
Little, Anna, 285 

Charles. 64 

Deborah T., 285 

Isaac, 108 

Judith, 108 

Lydia, 108 



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Little, Mary, 221 

Mr., 22 

S. H., 285 

Sarah, 64 
Littlejohn, Nancy C, 235 
livermoie, Isabel, 230 

Sarah, 73 

William, 73 
Uoyd, Cordelia, 213 

l^aiaabeth, 137 

Lyman H., 213 

Nathaniel, 137 

Sarah, 81 
Lobdell, Ebeneaer, 43 

Elizabeth, 32, 50 

Isaac, 32 

John, 3 

Joseph, 32 

Martha, 32 

Mercy, 43 

Rebecca, 32 

Sarah, 43 
Locke, Mary, 154 
Lockwood, Grace B., 316 
Logan, Arthur C, 185 

ffiurry V., 185 

Helen S., 185 

lillie L., 185 

Lucy W., 185 

B(faiyM^185 

Samuel G., 185 
Lombard, Sewall, 149 

Theodosia, 149 
Long, Sarah, 127 

Sarah S., 150 
Longstreet, Ann J., 276 

James M., 276 
Lord, Fanny, 285 

Manton E., 123 

Mary E., 285 

Oliver D., 285 

Susan J^ 123 
Lothrop, Clarissa, 218 

Charles H., 307 

Deborah, 47 

Jane T., 96 

John, 96 

Mary, 96 

Sanh E., 307 

Thomas, 47 
Loud, Elizabeth L., 68 

Jacob H., 68 , 
Love, John J., 324 

Mary A., 324 

Rebecca, 229 
Lovell, Charlotte, 295 

Helen, 174 

James S., 174 



Lovell, John, 353 

Mary e7317, 353 

Mary M., 174 

Nathan P., 295 

P. D., 317 

Ralph, 353 
Low, Charles P., 273 

Eliza E., 243 

Harriet T., 273 
Lowe, Ambrose, 71 

Lydia,71 
Lowell, Mary E., 317 

P. D.. 317 
Low^, Maria, 123 
Lozedder, Elizabeth, 221 

John, 221 
Luce, Abijah, 100 

Mercy, 100 
Ludden, Carrie F., 370 

Edwaid,338 

Eliza, 370 

Eliza J., 338 

Joseph T., 370 
Lunt, Mary A., 114 
Lyons, Elizabeth Jane, 

Ira Mann, 157 ri57 

Roswell Morris, 157 

Sarah Abigail, 157 

McAllister, Geoige M., 

Hannah, 249 p49 

Helen C, 249 

Luella M., 376 
McCobb, Samuel, 29 
McElroy, Jane, 232 
McEenzie, Mary L., 328 
McKinnon, George H., 

Maigaiet, 315 (315 
McLean, Daoiel, 106 

Deborah, 106 
McLoud, Lucy, 157 
McNelly, Sophia, 132 
McNulty, Cornelia M., 
McPhail, John, 145 [325 

Mary Ellen, 145 
Mackay, Anna, 287 

Charlotte, 115 

Robert, 287 
Macneal, Miss, 138 

Mr., 138 
Maconi, Alesander, 331 

Anna J^ 331 

Maria Q., 331 
Magoun, Priscilla, 42 

Thomas, 42 
Malbon, Micajah, 271 

Ruth D., 271 
Maloney, Annie F., 371 



Manley, Alice Gray, 159 

Charles T., 159 

Emma, 159 
Manuj Priscilla. 26 
Mannmg, Charlotte, 129 

Mark. 129 
Mansfield, Emeline A.,224 

Hannah D., 189 

James E., 189 

Joseph, 224 

Mary, 49 
' Stephen. 49 
. Manson, Elizabeth, 31 

Frederick, 31 

Richard, 31 
Mantor, Nellie, 318 
Marchant, Abby, 124 

James, 206 

Mary, 206 

Sarah E., 206 
Marcombe^ Morcombe, 

xvii 
Marden, George N., 151 

Jennie, 152 

Sarah, 151 
Marr. Mizabeth M., 245 
Marsh. Deborah, 47 

Elisha,47 

Hannah, 36 

Hannah A., 311 

James, 36 
Marshall, Augustus, 220 

Harriet, 363 

Harriet A., 363 

Harriet N., 220 

Violette H., 362 

William, 363 
Manrton, Belle, 219 

Charles L., 156 

Edna A., 156 

Jennie L., 156 

Lydia,244 

SaUy, 147. 

William, 155 
Martin, Harold C, 359 

L. M., 325 

Laura W., 355 

Mary B., 355 

Ruth W^359 

Steams H^ 355 
Martineau, Harriet, 256 
Martinez, Serafina, 229 

Vicente, 313 
Mason, Adelaide L., 361 

Alice M., 287 

Alveido, 287 

Catherine, 222 

Daniel, 44 



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Maaon, Ebenezer, 44 

Elizabeth, 43, 86 

Hannah, 44 

John, 43 

Jonas. 43, 86 

Joaeph, 43 

Katherine, 43 

Lydia, 43 

Maria, 161 

Millicent, 44 

Sabra, 222 

Samuel, 44 

Sarah, 43 

Sarah M., 287 

Susan. 361 

Thaddeus, 161 

William, 361 
Matther, Cotton, 27 
Mathers, Mary, 106 
Maxfield, Alice, 69 

Charles, 60 
Mayberry, David, 82 

Sarah, 82 
Maynard, Catherine, 222 
Mayor, Marie de B., 346 
Meacham, Miss, 58 
Meade, Elizabeth A., 253 

John F., 253 

Susan F., 253 
Mef;uire, Sarah Jane, 153 
MeiggSy Amelia, 64 

Joseph, 64 
Mellen, Deborah, 50 

Robert, 50 
MeUows, EUen M., 251 
Melton, Robert, 18, 19 

Joseph,28 
Melvin, £mma S., 191 

Fred P., 191 
Mendenhall, Charles, 123 

Fanny, 123 
Merriam, Harriet S., 145 
Merrick or Myrick, Au- 
gustus, 258 

Boadioea F., 258 

Violette, 258 
Merrill, Edward W., 252 

Elizabeth, 85 

Eva, 159 

Hannah E., 90, 159 

Isabella H^ 252 

Lawrence S., 252 

Osborne B., 323 

Reuben, 90, 159 

Silas, 85 

Susan C, 323 
Merritt, Jerome, 97 

Maiy, 221 



Merritt, Susan D.. 342 
Mesael, OttiUie M., 363 
Metcalf , Richard, 267 

Sarah P., 267 
MiUer, EUa, 335 

George R., 335 

Mary E.^ 335 
Mills, Annie L., 306 

Hany, 306 

Helen, 252 

Horace £., 252 

Lenore,252 

Mabel £., 252 
MUton, Batiisheba, 60 

Joseph, 60 

Martha, 60 
Mitchell, Benjamin, 54, 88 

Charles, 252 

David, 53 

Hannah,245 

Huldah B., 254 

Jacob, 42, 51 

Jane, 51, 54 

Jeremiah, 245 

Joanna, 88 

Jonathan, 27 

Jotham, 53 

Lucretia, 53 . 

Mary E., 252 

MeMtabel, 149 

Rachel, 53 

Rebecca, 42 

Sarah, 27 

Susan. 252 

Theodosia, 245 
Moar, Morrill C, 246 

Susan F., 245 
Moer, Hannah D., 112 

John, 112 
Monroe, Caroline M., 274 

Charies £., 275 

Edgar S., 275 

EUSl., 275 

Elva A., 275 

Fiank B., 275 

Lorenzo D., 274 

Mildred S., 275 

William D., 275 
Montes, Adelaida, 318 

Vinoente M., 140 
Moody, Abbie A., 131 

Apphia M., 131 

Annie M., 131 

Heniy L., 131 

Lonng, 131 

Rhoda,130 

Sarah F., 131 
Mooney, Edith G., 261 



Mooney, Edith L., 261 

Margaret, 261 

Miles W^261 

Richard H., 261 
Moore, Abram, 182 

Annette W., 326 

Elizabeth D., 182 

Elizabeth R., 213 

Emily S., 355 

Geoige B., 129 

wesse, <I4 

Joseph A., 213 

John, 137 

Lewis, 310 

Mariette S., 213 

Mary E., 310 

Smh £., 129 
Morgan, Ada, 269 

James H., 269 

Miss, 143 
Moriarty. Maria J., 370 
Morris, Delia MariSi 166 

Edward, 166 

Prudence C, 102 
Morrow, Emily P., 196 

William H., 196 
Morse, Amanda M., 222 

Elizabeth B., 302 

EnunaS., 327 

Jafifper, 302 

Lizzie A., 302 

Mary, 327 

Robert, 327 
Morteys, Jane, zi 
Morton, Elizabeth, 183 

Lemuel, 183 
Moulton, Almira A., 339 

Edward, 339 

Ella J., 318 

Frances, 241 

Harriet, 119 

John, 119 

Lucinda. 339 

Susannah, 31 

William, 31 
Mower, Justina, 207 

Justmia B., 304 
Mowry, Jonas W., 332 

Mary Fhmces, 332 

Mary W., 332 
Mulford, John, 121 

Lydia, 121 K4 

Munro, Munroe, Abigail, 

Came C^ 303 

Charles H., 220 

ClaiaE.,220 

Dolly, 44 

Earl B., 303 



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Munia Elisabeth, 44 

Jedioiah, 44 

Joeeph, 44 

Katherine, 44 

Leon F., 303 

Loring G., 44, 303 

Luther, 44 

Meiyine £., 303 

Nathan, 135 

Rhoda,44 

Susan, 135 

Zacharias, 44 
Muxdock, Albert L., 204 

Anaon, 232 

Florence, 123 

Helen W., 204 

James R., 123 

Jane 0^232 
Murrav, Chariee W., 191 

Chnatina, 352 

Jessie, 297 

Laura A., 191 
Muuey, Abigail, 128 

Nathaniel L., 128 
Myrick, Jonathan, 215 

OUve, 215 

Sarah M., 215 

Nash, Alden W., 117 

Amy N., 350 

Elisabeth, 117 

Francis A., 350 

Kesiah L., 350 

Louisa £., 332 

Maiy,117 
Nason, Bertha E., 324 

GeliaD^324 

Edwin E., 324 
Nay, Jefferson, 221 

Sally, 221 
Navlor, Daisy M., 371 
Neuon, Alexander, 149 

L3^149 
Nevins, Lydia, 90 
Newcomb, Betsey, 157 

Ella F., 296 

Elisabeth, 61 

G. Hemy, 119 

Hannah, 119 

Jane. 119, 201 

Jonah, 296 

Maiy, 297 

MeUflBa,297 

Oliver, 61 

Sarah, 103 

Thomas, 103 

William, 157 
Newell, Andrew, 48 



Newall, Eunice, 48, 81 

Mary, 48 
NewhiOl, Abigail, 304 
Newman, Daniel, 98 

Mary, 98 

Sanh,98 
Newsville, Edward, 143 
Newton, Aaron, 163 

Anna, 163 

Fiddia J., 142 

Freegrace, 213 

Jane, 1 

Joanna H., 142 

Jones L^ 142 

Joseph H., 142 

Lucy M., 2t0 

Mabel, 223 

Maiy,260 

PoUy, 163 

Samuel A., 260 

Sarah M., 213 
Nichols, Adna, 99 

Mary, 233 

Rachel, 99 
Norris, Aim, 81 

Hannah, 198 

Susan Y., 122 
Norton, Abbie F., 283 

Ada M., 283 

Obadiah W., 283 
Nottage, Mary, 231 

WflEam, 231 
Nourse, Amory, 112 

Galvm, 93 

Ida M., 342 

Mary, 93 

Sarah D., 112 
Nowell, Hattie F., 282 
Nqyes, Dorcas, 89 

Edward. 89 
Nudd, Abby F., 219 

Hannah G., 201 

Joseph, 219 

Joseph W., 201 
Nunes, A. A., 228 

Elisa,228 
Nutting, Susan, 269 
Nye, "Bill," 237 

Ganoll A., 237 

Edgar W., 237 

Eiisa M.. 237 

Fiank M., 237 

BVanklin,237 

Julia A., 208 

Oakley, Roeetta E., 320 
OdeU, Mary. 181 
O'Brien, Elisabeth,227 



O'Brien William, 227 
O'Gonnell, Mary A., 328 
O'NeU, Mary, 191 
Olcutt, Elisabeth, 224 
Oliver, Elisa A., 207 
Ohnstead, Mary M., 185 
Olson, Anna B., 309 

Gustavus E., 309 

Marion L., 309 
Orcutt, Elisa P., 178 

Hannah, 178 

Micah, 178 
Orosco, Amalia, 231 

Bemaido, 231 

Goncepcion, 231 
Osgood, SaUy P., 114 

LBaac, 114 
Otis. Gates, John, 6, 22 

Elisabeth, 22 

Mary. 22 
Owen, Caroline, 127 

Gomelia, 127 

Ghristiana, 127 

Minor, 127 
Qyarsabal, John, 140 

Maria del R., 139 

Packard, Galeb, 42 

Prudence, 216 

Sarah, 42 
Page, Garrie W., 310 

Katharine A., 338 

Luther, 310 

Walter H., 338 

WimaA.,338 
Paine, Gharles, 220 

Gharles F., 220 

Ebeneser, 61 

EUen M., 220 

Emma F., 221 

Esther, 220 

Esther M., 220 

Harriet N., 220 

Mary, 61 

Otis F., 220 

William L., 220 
Parker, Abigail, 42 

Adeline ^069 

Elisabeth, 269 

Harriet; 180 

Jeremiah E., 154 

Joanna D., 189 

Jonathan, 42, 216 

Jeremiah E., 154 

Lucy, 216 

Luther, 269 

Luther L.. 180 

Rozana K., 154 



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Pazker, Sarah A. R., 239 

Warren 8., 239 
Parks, Anna M., 197 

Bettina, 197 

John H., 197 

John W., 197 

Laura L., 197 

Nancy 8., 197 

Samuel L., 197 
ParBons, Gartrude, xviii 

Judith, 240 

Lydia L, 240 

William, 240 
Patten, Adelia, 238 

Clara E.. 114 

Edward M., 209 

George B., 114 

Georgia G., 114 

Jane B., 209 

John, 27 

John A., 114 

Laura H., 114 

Mary A., 114 

Priacilla, 27, 34 

Thomas B., 114 

Thomas H., 114 

William, 27 
Patterson, Alice A., 281 

Anne. 45 

Eli2abeth,83 

Matthew T., 28) 
Patton, Anna, 226 

Philip, 226 
Feabody, Elisabeth 
Smith, 263 

Joseph Augustus, 268 

Louisa (Putnam), 263 
Pearson, Amanda M., 222 

Bartholomew, 222 

Catherine, 222 

Glara,222 

Harriet, 222 

Ira, 222 

Joseph, 222 

Joseph L., 222 

Martha A., 222 

Mary M., 222 

Nancy A., 222 

Rebecca, 222 . 

Rosette, 222 

Silas £., 222 
Peck, Alfred, 163 

Mary M., 163 

Robert, 1 
Ftek, Elisabeth, 43 
Peet. Josiah. 218 
Ptodleton, Adelia, 269 

Frederick H., 269 



Pendleton, Hany L., 269 
Peney, Amy, 368 
Ftoney, David, 224 

Fanny M., 253 

John, 253 

Mary, 253 

PoUy, 224 

Sarah, 224 
Pennock, Mattie J., 259 
Perkins, Anna D., 170 

Annie £., 346 

Augusta, 346 

Benjamin, 346 

Minam M., 170 

Thomas, 170 
Perley, Sarah, 173 
Ftorrin, Julia P., 238 

WilUam L., 238 
Pernr, Lydia, 165 

Mabel H., 285 

Samuel I., 285 
Perth, Cassandra, zi 

Reginald, xi 
Peters, Mary A., 341 
Peterson, Ethel, 185 

Herbert, 185 

Lillian, 185 
Pew, Clara F., 355 

Francis D., 355 
Phelps, Mary A. W., 308 
Philbrook, Mary, 120 
Phillips, Isaac, 149 

Juha Ann, 149 

Mary, 48 

Samuel, 48 
Phipps, Harriet B., 82 

Sylvester, 82 
Picher, George, 6 
Pickard, Samuel H., 120 

Susan P., 120 
Pickman, Mary T., 193 

Sophia, 193 

Thomas, 193 
Pierce, Ellen M., 228 

£8te8,223 

Florence A., 223 

Maria, 223 

Martha J., 223 

William A., 223 
Pierpont, Anna, 196 
Pike, EUsabeth C, 290 

Job K., 131 

John, 290 

Lillian C, 131 

Ruth, 102 

Sarah E., 290 
Pitman, Dorothy, 188 
Pittee, John, 90 



Pittee, MartJia U., 166 

Mary Ann, 90 

Matilda, 128 
Pitts, Jeremiidi, 213 

Matilda, 128 

Martha U., 156 
Plaisted, Lottie F., 317 
Plant, Catherine, 339 

Henrietta J., 339 

Robert, 339 
Plimpton, Carrie L., 288 

Clara. 286 

Theodore M., 286 
Poooney, Eunice A., 289 

Jo8n)h, 289 

Lydu,289 
Poland, Alice J., 206 

Charles, 160 

Eunice, 160 

OpheUa, 160 
PoUard, Betty, 135 

Dorothy. 135 

Elisabeth, 135 

Walter, 135 
Pomeroy. Ethel B., 327 

Eva M., 327 

William Y., 327 
Pooke, Elisabeth. 33, 73 

Rebecca, 33, 73 

William, 33, 73 
Poole, Alva P., 345 

Angenette, 189 

John, 128 

Joseph, 189 

Mary F., 189 

Sarah M., 345 

Susan, 345 

Vashti, 128 

Victoria, 203 

William W., 203 
Pope, Abigail, 70 

Ann L., 207 

Lmocent, 70 

Jane, 289 

Joseph, 289 

Rachel C, 289 

Seth,70 
Porter, Ebeneser, 41 

Frances E., 199 

Lydia, 41 

Mabel H., 263 

Sylvanus, 199 
Potter, George A., 178 

Martha J., 178 
Powell, Archibald £., 268 

Frances L., 263 
Powers, Joseph, 76 

Keaia,75 



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Powers, Mabd H., 203 

Whitcomb. 75 
Pqyen, Eluabeth B., 114 

Thomas E., 114 
Piratt, Ada V., 212 

Everett L., 212 

Florence L., 281 

Geoigiamia, 909 

Hannahy 118 

Harriet, 130 

Hcsiry M., 281 

Jacob, lis 

Joel, 309 

Jonathan, 139 

Labaa, 177 

Leslie W^ 212 

Lucy, 177 

Lyc(ia,309 

Alary H., 281 

Sarali, 172 

Walter. 212 
Ptasby, Dora D., 312 
Preney, Amy, 368 
Preecott, Jolm B., 224 

Miranda, 224 
PtesBon, Ann, 81 
Preston, Frank A., 231 

Flank L^ 231 

Marion W., 231 
Priest, Agnes L., 310 

Benson B., 310 
Primm, Charles H., 244 

Margaret E., 244 

Vir^iiaR.,244 
Prince, Elisabeth, 19 

Frances, 325 

Isaac, 34 

John, 6, 19 

Joseph, 34 

Moses, 34 

Thomas, 34 
Proctor, Abel, 200 

Addie L., 315 

Albert, 315 

Ghaiiotte, 200 

Helen G., 315 

Lucretia A., 315 

Mary P., 214 

Samuel. 214 

Sarah W., 200 (130 
Purinton, Frederick A., 

George H., 130 

Harriet, 130 

Jennie, 130 

Jessie, 130 

Mary E., 130 

Rebecca F., 130 

Simeon H., 130 



Purinton, Sarah P., 180 

William A., 130 
Putnam, Aaron W., 95 

Bathsheba, 95 

Mary Ann, 166 

Rufus, 95 

Samuel, 166 

William P., 95 

Rablin, J. B., 340 

Mary F., 340 
Roby, Ann Sophia, 153 

CfyuB, 153 
Radcliff, Sarah E., 370 
Ramsey, Annie F., 339 
Rand, Abigail, 140 

Joseph, 140 

Love, 104 

Martha, 140, 178 
RandaUTAbigaO D., 888 

Qutfles H., 347 

David, 333 

Elsie M., 347 

Flora. 347 

Judith, 84 

Juliette A., 333 

Rebecca, 106 

Thomas, 106 
Rayds, Annette J., 361 
Raymore, Ann W., 222 

Elisabeth H., 222 

George E., 223 

James F., 222 

James H., 222 

Jane E., 223 

Laura A., 223 

Luella,223 
Rea, Henry, 174 

Mary W, 174 
Reasoner, Christiana, 800 

Edwin. 300 

Pameha, 300 
Reed, AbigaU, 129 

Charles H^ 268, 279 

Clara E., 279 

Clarinda,129 

Elbridge G., 309 

Ellen F., 279 

Emma L., 343 

Hannah, 136 

Isaac, 150 

Jason, 129 

Margaret, 90 

Margery, 155 

Melissa, 309 

NellieE., 268 

Rachel, 150 

William, 90, 136, 155 



Reynolds. Mabel V., 372 
Rhodes, Mary L., 185 

William J., 185 
Remick, Catherine A., 276 
Renton, Christiana, 231 

Jessie, 231 

Peter. 231 
Rice, Abd M., 308 

Edward R., 308 

Emily M., 308 

Harold P., 308 

Jessie L., 308 

Jonas, 94 

Lucy E., 94 

Martha M., 308 
Rich, Ai^;u8tus, 297 

Lucy £., 266 

MetiflBa,297 

Nathan, 266 
Richards, Augustus L.,294 

Caroline, 365 

David J., 294 

Ella M., 365 

Esther C., 294 

Esther L., 294 

Julia, 217 

lilUan C, 294 

W. N., 365 
Richardson, Catherine, 

Ellen. 234 1208 

Eva H., 324 

James D., 324 

Lula B., 317 

Rebecca, 74 

Sarah, 102 

Stephen, 234 

Thomas, 74 ( 51 

Richmond, Deborah, 21, 

Loring, 21 

Mary, 51, 88 

Mary M., 163 

Oliver O., 163 

Peres, 21 

Sylvester, 21, 51 
Rideout, Ruth A., 324 
Rider, Lucy, 75 

Lydia F., 293 
Rinff, Andrew, 86 

Elmer L., 323 

Harry E., 323 

Lupy, 86 

Lucy E., 323 

Norman L., 323 
Rinsdale, John T., 123 

Susan M., 123 
Ri^ey, Ann D., 340 

Henry L., 108 

Lewis, 108 



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412 

Ripley, Martha, 108 
Samuel, 340 
Sarah, 340 
Sarah B., 106 
Sarah L., 108 
Robbina, Deborahi 107 
Eliiabeth, 88 
Jacob, 88 
Shepaid, 107 
Robinson, Anna B., 116 
Benjamin F., 371 
James, 116 
Jennie J., 371 
Lottie F., 317 
Mary, 116 » 
Mary J., 371 
Sarah £. L., 320 
Sumner B., 317 
Susannah, 148 
Weston, 116, 147 
Roby, Ann S, 153 
Cyrus, 153 
Luther, 207 
Mary F., 207 
Nancy, 207 
RockweU, Ruth E., 285 
Rockwood, Emma M., 
Rogers. Alfred, 109 (220 
Emeline, 109 
Florence, 109 
Hannah, 239 
Helen B., 109 
Richard245 
Samuel W., 109 
Seth, 239 
WiUiam A., 109 
Rolfe, Mary, 305 

SamudL305 
Rollins, ^och N., 314 
Juliette E., 314 
Melinda. 314 
Ross, Annie M., 228 
Florence A., 223 
Leonard W., 223 
Lyman A., 223 
Mabd.223 
Mae Eula, 223 
Maria, 223 
Ruth E., 223 
Walter D., 223 
William J., 223 
Roulstone, Michael, 107 

Harriet, 107 
Rowe. Caroline E., 359 
Walter, 359 
Winifred C, 359 
gles, Mary, 41,55 
nomas, 41 



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Ruggles, William, 56 
Ruscoe, Emily, 226 
Russ, Isabel W., 183 
Russell, Elizabeth, 81 

Eunice M., 255 

Joseph, 255 

Laura L., 197 

Lydia, 76 

Mary, 69, 80 

PrisciUa, 255 

Thomas, 197 
Ru^t. Colonel, 311 
Ryall, Anna M., 197 
Ryder, Daniel, 314 

Sally E., 314 

Sarah J., 314 

Sahnon. Elisabeth, 184 

Matilda, 276 

Stephen D., 184 
Sampson, Samson, Agnes 
M., 190 

Alsaleen, 187 

Ann, 277 

Elbridge G., 189 

Elisha,277 

Elizabeth F., 189 

Ella J^ 277 

Etta W., 190 

Ezra W., 198 

Evered A., 189 

Jane L., 277 

Joanna D., 189 

Julia S., 187 

Lucinda, 274 

Lucy, 158 

Lucy W., 277 

Mary F., 189 

Mina C, 190 

Ossian M., 189 

Perez, 274 

Rebecca, 33 

RoUoS., 187 

Ruth, 274 

Sefena, 198 

Selena W., 198 

William A., 277 
Sanborn. Eleanor J., 225 

Greenleaf C, 225 

Mary, 233 
SandeiB, Betsey, 250 

John, 250 

Lucia A., 250 
Sargent, Albert F., 131 

Anna, 59 

I. Sumner, 149 

Joseph, 59 

Judith H., 149 



Sargent, Sarah F., 131 
Sauvage, Thomasine, ziz 
Savage, Asahel, 210 

Hampton, 126 

Sarah J., 210 

Sophia, 126 
Sawyer, Angelina, 118 

Anna G., 286 

Charles H., 305 

Franklin, 184 

John S., 286 

John T., 184 

Mary L., 305 

Mira, 118 

Sarah L., 286 

Sarah M., 184 
Scales, Edward, 237 

Elvira J., 237 
Schell, An<bew P., 356 

Florence V., 356 

Helen, 356 
Schirmer, Doris M., 328 

Ernest G., 328 
Schofidd, Elizabeth B., 

John, 367 |367 

Kate, 367 
Schounmaoker, Abigail, 

181 
Scott, Charbtte M., 112 

Jessie M., 335 

Robnt, xviii 
Scribner, Lydia A., 245 
Scudder, Lydia, 122 

Maria, 122 
Seabury, Betsey, 246 
Searle, Robert, 132 
Searles, Diana M., 360 

Drusilla, 360 

Nathan, 360 
Sears, Andrew, 163 

Mercy, 163 
SeavejT, Rebecca, 180 
Sedgwick, Obadiah, 7 
Seoley, Benjamin, 46 

Deborah, 45, 46 
Seidlinger, Mr., 311 
Sharp, Ann, 140 
Shattuck. Anson, 261 
Clara A., 261 
Nancy, 261 
Sarah, 184 
Shaw, Deborah, 100 
Eleanor, 237 
Sarah, 125 
William, 125 
Wilson. 237 
Shears, £dwin, 126 
Rebeoca»126 



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Sheehan, Ora L., 377 
Shelley, Zeruiah, 70 
Shepard, John, 114 

Sophia, 114 
Shephard, Alice A., 333 

Joseph B., 326 

Mabel, 326 
Shepley, Rev. David, 52 
Sherburne, Adeline, 188 
Sherman, Ann M., Ill 

Anna P., Ill 

Asa, 111 

Elijah, 132 

GerBhom,254 

Hannah D., Ill 

Huldah,254 

James D., Ill 

Joshua, 111 

Lydia, 132 

Marcellus, 111 

Sophia, 254 

Susannah F., 267 
Sherwood. Arvilla, 348 

Lottie M., 348 

William Y., 348 
Shurtleff, Sarah, 41 

William, 41 
Shute. Hannah C, 204 
SiddaO, Charles W., 191 

Lucy L., 191 

Lucy M., 191 
Siegener, Adolph L., 334 

Alice, 334 

Elisabeth, 334 

Friedrich D. K, 334 
Sigpumey, Oelia, 33 

l^eter, 33 

Selah,33 
Silsbee, Benjamin, 104 

Dorcas, 104 

Mary, 104 
Silsby, Abby Louisa, 129 

George E., 129 
Sihrela, Amalia, 230 

Ftancisco, 230 

Jorge, 230 

Tomaa, 230 
Silver, Antone Joseph, 297 

Mary N., 297 
Simonds, fiancis, 303 

Kate, 334 

Mary P., 303 
Simmons, Deborah, 39 

EUsabeth, 189 

Isaac. 189 

Jehiei, 39 

Joseph, 102 

Maiy, 102 



Simpson, Alice, 281 

EUen, 281 

Ellen A., 220 

Lucinda S., 274 

Mr., 274 

Manr M., 222 

St. Clair, 281 

William S., 222 
Sims, Charles R., 368 

Ehsabeth A., 368 

Jennie, 368 

Thomas, 167, 171 
Skillings, Israel, 157 

Sarah Jane, 157 
Sladen, Charles N., 377 

Charlotte M., 377 

Emma L., 377 
Sleeper, Charles F., 110 

ZflphaL., 110 
Small, Anne, 342 

Frederick, 342 

Grace, 342 

Mary £., 296 

Samuel, 296 

Winifred S., 296 
Smalledge, Ehsabeth, 183 
Smalley, Joseph G., 294 

Sarah K., 294 
Smith, Abby A., 296 

Abel, 135 

Alice M., 196 

Anna S., 193 

Anne, 227 

Bertha M., 321 

Bethia,79 

Edward F., 296 

Elisha,311 

Ehsa A., 178 

EUsabeth, 135, 193 

Ella G., 212 

Eunice A., 282 

Eunide J., 282 

Gustavus H., 279 

Hattie F., 279 

Isaac T., 193 

Joseph, 278 

Lolabei A., 321 

Louis G., 212 

Louisa H., 240 

Loy S» 321 

Lucy F., 191 

Lucrjr W., 185 

LydSa, 80 

Maigaret, 311 

Mary, 238 

Maiy B., 311 

MerieA..321 

Samuel, 79 



Smith, Sarah, 47, 231 

Sarah B., 279 

Sumner A., 196 

Tlieophilus, 178 

William, 227 

William H., 282 

Winifred L., 321 
Snell, Hannah, 133 
Snow, Ella G., 212 

Francis E., 212 

Harry A., 212 

Melvina, 212 
Sonmer, Francis G., 307 

Mary L., 307 
Soper, Edmund, 99 

Eunice, 99 

Ruth, 34 
Soule, Abigail, 124 

Amie, 239 

Ephraim, 106 

Eunice, 150 

Fhmces C, 323 

George, 151, 152, 159 

George C, 323 

Jennie, 151 

Leonard, 88 

Lois, 88 

Lucy, 65 

Maiy K., 262 

MUdred D., 323 

Prudence, 65 

Rebecca, 106 

Richard, 65 

Sarah S., 149 

Stella M., 323 
Souther, Caleb, 291 

Danid.60 

Lucy R., 291 

Myra,L.,291 
Soutnwick, James, 200 

Phebe F., 200 

Ruth D.. 200 
Southworth, Mary, 38 

Sarah, 38 

Thomas, 38 
SpauMing, Emilv A., 213 
$)ear, David, 61 

Harriet, 288 

Isaac, 288 

Joseph, 60 

Maiy, 60 

Mildred, 147 

Sarah, 61 
Spooner, Bourne, 263 

Lucius, 259 

Maria A., 259 

Nancy, 259 
Sprague, Akthea, 68 



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Sprague, Ann, 184 

Blossom, 312 

Charies. 73 

Deborah, 116 

Elizabeth, 49 

Hannah, 73 

wCsse, 4v 

Joseph, 33 

Mary, 33 

Nancy, 116 

Samuel, 63 

Sarah, 63, 312 

Seth, 116 
Standish, Emma L., 109 

George B., 109 

John, 126 

Judith, 109 

Lydia J., 274 

Rachel, 126 

Thomas C, 274 

William, 109 
Stanton, 211 

Ann E., 211 

Eliaa, 211 
Staples, Anna G., 180 

Eli2a,235 

Frances A., 242 

James S., 242 

Mary, 235 

Nathan, 211 

Susan, 234 
Stark, Hannah McM., 357 

Mehitabel, 357 

Stephen, 357 
Steele, Oliver, 101 

Sarah H., 101 

Sterner8on,366 
Stephenson, Henry, 291 

Jane, 291 
Stetson, Abner, 63 

Oarissa, 63 

Elisha, 74 

Hannah, 74 
Stevens, Arthur, 149 

Bemice F., 325 

Edward, 277 

Frances W., 277 

Lillian M., 341 

Mary E., 192 

Paul M., 325 

Theodosia, 149 
Steward, Susan, 127 
Stewart, Lulu May, 370 

Thomas W. G., 370 
Stickney, Susanna, 83 
Stiff, EUa F., 353 
Stinchfield, Hannah, 152 
Stodder,Charlfl6L., 260 



Stodder, Emeline, 188 

Harriet, 188 

Henry F., 110 

Isabella, 110 

John, 188 

Mary H., 260 

Nathaniel, 50 
Stone, Abigail 257 

Grace, 322 

Hannah, 257 

James M., 257 

Mary, 141 
Stoodley, EUen M., 351 

Hamet A., 297 

Harriet E., 351 

William, 351 
Storer, Enos, 86 

Lucretia, 86 
Story, Adelaide W., 97 

Elizabeth G., 97 

FrankUn H.. 97 
Stow, Phebe, 94 
Stowe, Mary L., 349 
Stott, Edith M., 207 

Winfield, 207 
Stratton, Abbie H., 219 

EUen M., 220 

Henry B., 219 

Mary A., 175 

Richard S., 175 

William A., 220 
Stuart, Frances L., 97 

W. A. W. 97 
Stubbs, Sarah M., 316 
Studley, Ada E., 325 

Garoline T., 203 

Horace M., 203 

Nathan H., 325 
Sturtevant, Fannie H., 130 

Henry L., 130 

Lucy A., 191 

Ruth, 42 

William C., 191 
Sullivan, David J., 252 

Jean, 226 

Lawrence D., 252 

Sybil S., 252 
Sumner, Ellis, 83 

EIvaA.,275 

Rhoda, 83 

Robert H., 275 
Swan, Charles H., 103 

Gyrus B., 202 

EUa M^ 103 

James G., 103 

Lucy L., 202 



Mary L., 290 
MatUda W., 103 



Swasey, Albert E., 160 

Phebe H.. 160 
Sweetser, Alice F., 214 

E. H., 90 

Elisabeth G., 159 

Jacob, 247 

Jane, 247 

Louisa, 247 

Mary F., 247 

Susan, 90 

WiUiamA., 214 

WiUiam D., 159 
Swift, Helen, 172 
Swisher, Charles C, 240 

Frank L., 240 

JuUa S., 240 

Mary H., 240 

Samuel L., 240 

Taft, Amy, 243 
Talbot, Louisa, 218 

Peter, 218 
Tapley. AUce M., 246 

Mana, 246 

WUliam P., 246 
Tarboz, Harriet, 175 

Bertha M., 329 
Taylor, Annie L., 306 

Christopher, 122 

Darius D., 306 

Edward, 82 

EUsabeth,69 

Emily, 226 

Hannah C, 201 

Isaao, 22 

Julia, 306 

Lucretia, 122 

Mary, 22, 82 

Mrs., 97 

Sophia B., 186 

Wmiam M., 186 
Tayntor, Esther, 93 
Teague, Abigail, 237 
Teschemacker, Philip £.» 

Mary B., 110 [110 

Tew, PhUlp H., 196 

Ruth A., 196 
Tewksbury. George A., 85 

George F., 85 

Sarah A.. 85 
Thacher, Phebe, 122 
Thackery, Theodosia* 362 
Thatcher, Mary, 295 

Sarah, 295 
Thaxter, Anna, 89 

Henry, 53 

Jane, 53 

John, 10, 12, 89 



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Tbaxter, Joanna Q., 89 

Joseph, 12 
Thayer, Ella S., 347 

Emma W., 112 

George F., 347 

Georro T., 112 

Joseph L., 112 

Joseph W., 112 

Lucy M., 289 

Margaret, 289 

Mary, 65 

Ruth W., 347 

Sophia B., 112 

Warren, 289 
Thieme, Bessie, 287 

Theodore F., 287 

Wayne L., 287 
Thing, Mary, 120 

Samuel, 120 
Thoits, Estella P., 364 
Thomas, Abigail, 74 

Anna M., 110 

CaUierine S., 115 

Charies A., 215 

EHzabeth C, 283 

George, 202 

George B., 110 

Hannah, 24, 110 

Harriet, 110 

John, 39, 74 

John O., 283 

Joseph, 24 

Laura A., 215 

Maiy, 215 

Mary A., 202 

Mary B., 110 

Nathaniel, 110 

Nathaniel W., 110 

Sarah, 39 

Sarah J., 283 

Zilpah D., 110 

ZUphah L.. 110 
Thomson, Adelia M., 232 

Charles E., 232 
Thompson, Adelia M., 232 

Bathsheba, 154 

Charles E., 232 

Cora C, 286 

Cornelia W., 140 

Cummings, 319 

Eunice, 82 

Harriet G., 244 

James, 82 

James W., 229 

Jane, 319 

Jennie B., 319 

Joseph F., 319 

Maiy,41 



Thompson, Maiy J., 229 

Mary L., 229 

S. Benton, 140 

Thomas, 41 
Thomdike, Anna, 169 

Israel, 169 
Thorp, Hannah, 126 

TitUB, 126 
Thuslow, Nellie E., 317 
Thwing, John, 172 

Mary, 172 

Susanna, 172 
Tidmarsh, Giles, 56 

Margaret, 56, 57 

Mary, 59 

William, 59 
Tilden, Elisha, 63 

Sophia B., 63 
Tilson, John, 125 

Lydia, 125 
Tilton, EUzabeth, 180 

Vida,300 

William S., 180 
Tinkham, Ann O., 275 

Mercy, 275 

Otis, 275 
Tirrell, Gideon, 61 

Mary, 61 
Tobey, Eliza H., 197 

Lucy, 209 

Submit, 209 

WiUiam, 197, 209 
Todd, Hannah, 71 
Toledo, J. G. de, 313 
Tohnan, MattieE., 360 
Towns, Sarah F., 276 
Tracy, EUsabeth F., 174 

Hannah, 162 
Trafton,AnnB.,307 
Treat, J., 151 

Mary Mason, 151 

Richard, 151 

Sally, 151 
Trenear, Marion M., 279 
Trickey, Miriam, 148 
TYott, Alameda Tinker, 

Betsey,144 [145 

Chase Harland, 145 

Elisa A.. 256 

Elisabeth, 144 

James, 83 

John, 144 

John W., 145 

Lillian Loring, 145 

Mahala,83 
Trought, Otillee F., 354 
Trowbridge, Abigail, 221 

Maiy, 221 



Trowbridge, Nehemiah, 
True, Anna, 101 [^1 

Bradbury, 152 

Caleb, 240 

DoUy, 151 

Ellen C, 240 

Harriet M., 152 

Lottie T., 252 

Nancy, 101 

Susaimah, 153 
Trufant, Clementina, 96 
Trull, Frances, 203 
Trumble, Alice M., 302 

Bert S., 302 
Tucker, John, 6 

Mary, 232 

Polly, 232 
Tuckorman, Catherine, 

John, 180 [180 

Mary, 180 
Tufts, Samuel, 107 

Sarah F^ 107 
TumbuU, Susan, 100 

WiUiam, 100 
Turner, Benet, xviii 

John M., 303 

Mary S., 152 

Samuel A., 174 

Sarah W., 174 
Tumin, Goodman, 6 
Tuthill,AnnaJ.,258 

Gideon, 258 

John P., 258 

Margaret, 258 

WeaMyJ., 258 
Tuttle, Emily, 84 

George, 84 

Harriet, 160 

Rutb, 180 

Samuel, 180 
Tyng, Edward, 10, 12 

Upham, Ellen M., 223 
Elvina, 318 
Eri,318 
L. B., 223 
SarsJiA.V.,318 

Valentine, Anna E., 269 

Francis W., 259 

George A., 259 

Joseph L., 259 

Robert, 259 
VanBugen,Hatfeie,d41 

Walter, 341 

Walter L., 341 
Van Norden, Abbie H 

Thomas A., 306 (3 



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Van Nuys, EUis, 186 

H. L., 186 
yanVaM,AdaH.,ld2 
Vaughan, Ellen G., 338 

Louisa L., 338 

Samuel, 338 

William W., 338 
Vaux. EUsabeth J., 226 

William, 226 
Verrill, George, 1^ 

Lucy A., 133 
Vickery, Abigail, 69 

Anna, 35 

Elisabeth, 35 

Hannah, 59 

Isaac. 35 

Joeepn, 59 
VoBe,MaryA.,83 

Warren, 83 
Vxyling, Elizabeth, 54 

Sarah, 55 

Wade, Adelaide M., 298 

Edward, 145 

Emma E., 112 

Martha, 14^ 

W. F., 298 [162 

Wadsworth, Benjamin, 88, 

Clara A. 345 

Elisabeth, 162 

Hamilton, 345 

Lucy £.. 345 

Luna, 88 

Mary H^ 345 

Minnie F., 345 

Virtue, 162 

William E.. 345 
Waloott, B^mjamin, 78 

Sarah, 78 
Waldron, William, 25 
Wales, Mary, 92 
Walker. Emma, 235 

LoyeU,80 

Lydia, 80, 140 

Mary. 59 
Waid, Deborah, 40 

Edward, 40 

Martha, 32 

Ruth E., 223 

Samuel, 32 
Waidwell, Maiy, 35 

Thomas. 35 
Wariner, D. M.. 211 
Warner, Ddia v., 302 

Edward, 302 

MaiyT.,302 
Warren. Chandler, 314 

Charies, 212 



Warren, Edith, xiii 

Edward R., 170 

Eunice M., 212 

Esra,127 

Fanny, 165 

Lucy L., 314 

Mercy, 127 

Miriam P., 170 

Rachel, 212 

Thomas, xiii 
Washburn, Henry S., 225 

Laura B., 287 

Lewis, 287 

B^aria C, 225 

Sarah O., 287 
Watkins, Deborah, 45 

Elisabeth, 210 

Eunice M., 211 

George £., 211 

Samuel, 45 
Waterman, Nancy, 84 

William, 84 
Watson, Abbie, 304 

Charlotte, 311 

Ellen E., 301 

Sarah, 72 

Maiy,73 

Nora H., 361 

Oliver, 73 
Watts, Susanna, 33 

Thomas, 33 
Webber, Ellen, 90 

Eloise L., 325 

Harry L.. 325 
WebeteV, Albert, 198 

Lavinia,238 

Mary F., 198 
Weed, Amy E., 243 

Otis H.. 243 
Weeks, Mercy, 122 
Wellington, Elizabeth, 

Jeduthun. 100 [100 
Weinschenck, Eunice W., 

Grace A, 271 [271 

Gustave, 271 
Wells, Edward, 205 

Elisabeth A., 205 
Wentworth, Ann C. L., 

Esther E., 132 [313 

Maiy, 313 

Mary M., 156 

Philip, 313 

Philip H., 156 
West, Lydia, 161 
Weston, Abby, 152 

Clara A.. 146 

Elisabeth, 360 

Ellen S., 360 



Weston, Hemy C, 146 

LongfeUow P., 152 

Mary A. B., 152 

Richmond, 152 

Thomas, 3i90 
Wetherbee, Alfred E., 192 

EUenS.,192 

Susan E., 192 
Wheatly. John, 13 

Rachel, 13 
Wheeler, Abigail, 31 

Ann, 31 

Asahel,31 

Cafeb,31 

Elisha, 31 ^ 

Elizabeth, 31 

Hayman, 31 

Israel, 31 

Jonas, 31 

Mary, 31 

Sarah, 31 

Uriah, 31 
Wheelock, Elizabeth, 221 
Whipple, Mary, 322 

Sarah, 233 

Susanna, 118 
Whiicomb, Anna C, 223 

Warren H., 223 
White, Benjamin, 33 

Dorcas, 155 

Edward, 354 

Elizabeth, 153 

Elizabeth S., 221 

Georgia, 354 

Gideon I., 64 

Gideon T., 64 

Hannah D.. 114 

Henrietta, 356 

Horace A., 160 

Jefferson, 155 

John, 29, 221 

Louise E., 114 

Lydia, 242 

Martin, 114 

Martha, 354 

Mary, 59, 221 

Mary Jane, )60 

Rachel, 29 
Robert, 59 
Sarah, 36, 64 
Samuel G., 242 
Sophronia, 356 
Susanna, 33 
Thomas, 36 
Tynell, 153 
William, 59 
Whitefieki, Geoige, 52 



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Whiting, Leonaid A., 190 

Leonora T., 190 

Sarah B., 196 

Thomas F.» 196 
Whitman, Amos, 128 

Jeanette, 128 

ElisaA., 299 

Helen B., 109 

Loring, 266 

Nelson, 266 

Ruth, 265, 266 

Sarah, 32 

William, 266, 266 

Zechariah, 8, 32 
Whitmarsh. Kittie F., 188 

Nehemian, 100 

Sarah, 100 

William P.. 188 
Whitmore, Mrs., 14 
Whitncr/, Anne, 222 

Aure&U8,285 

Mertie, 249 

Myrtie J., 827 

Ruth E^ 285 
Whitten, Lucy K., 344 

Mary, 106 
Whiton. Bethiah, 118 

Chanty, 67 

Charlotte M., 112 

Cynthia E., 204 

Desire, 120 

Elijah, 67 

Elisabeth B., 112 

Elisabeth L., 112 

Enoch. 118 

Esra T. J., 112 

Hiram, 228 

Jared, 120 

Joanna, 118 

Judith, 67 

Leah, 79 

Luther, 203 

Lydia,228 

Mary, 67 

Samuel, 67 

Sophia S^ 203 

Thomas L., 112 

Zenas, 79 [297 

Whittemore, Bathsheba, 

Hiram, 297 

Nathaniel, 89 

Phebe T., 297 

Sophia, 89 

Submit, 43 
Wiatt, see Wyatt 
Wifidn, Hattie E., 190 

Richaid W., 190 

Sarah, 190 



Wilde, Barnabas, 157 

Deborah Tilden, 157 
Wilder, Albert G., 120 

Isaiah, 121 

Jabes, 25, 40 

James W., 223 

Jane E., 223 

Joseph, 67 

Leah, 25 

Lydia, 67 

Rachel, 82 

Mary, 40 

Sarah, 40, 120 

Susanna, 121 
Wilgus, Irene, 274 

Mr., 274 
Wilkins, Henrietta, 354 

Henry E., 354 

Mabel £., 354 
WiUard, Catherine E., 
272 

Emma L., 272 

John, 272 
WiUey, Abbie H., 306 

George C, 306 

Sally, 151 

Sarah, 242 
Williams, Ada L., 251 

Doris L^ 251 

Harold S., 251 

Harriet, 164 

Henry, 251 

Jessie B., 328 

Judith, 266 

Margaret F., 270 

Mary, 124 

Milo G., 124 

Sally, 164 

Sarah, 93 

Sarah A., 328 

Stephen, 164 

William L., 328 
Wihnot, Charifis N., 316 

Gerald, 316 

Mabel, 316 

Wallace, 316 
Wilson, Isabel, 123 

John, 254 

Margaret C, 254 

Maigaret P., 254 

Mary, 152 

RacheL99 

Sarah P., 130 
Wing, Caleb, 242 

CaroUne £., 368 

Desire. 242 

Elisa W., 206 

Elisabeth, 206 



Wing, Gideon, 206 

Joanna, 242 

Rose, 206 
^Hnneck, Elisabeth, 100 
Winship, Elisabeth, 44 

Hannah, 44 

Loring, 44 

Lydia, 44 

Martha, 44 

Reb^uai,44 

Samuel, 44 
Winslow, Hannah, 79 

Joshua. 79 

MaryE.,329 

Oliver, 243 

Sarah E., 243 
Winsor, Hannah, 64 

Judiths., 187 

Justin, 64 

Nathaniel, 64 

Thomas, 187 

Welthea, 187 
Winter. LouiaeE. W., 114 

William N., 114 
Wirt, Emily G., 198 

Harrison L., 198 

Herbert C^ 198 

Maigaret L., 198 

Sidney H., 198 
Witham, Jane, 75 

William, 75 
linthington, Anne, 268 

Clarissa, 268 

Daniel, 268 
Woart, John, 101 

Jonathan L., 101 

Manr, 101 

William, 101 
Wdcott, Elisa, 173 

H. H., 173 
Wood, Woods, A. W., 281 

AbigaU, 128 

Abraham, 56 

Benjamin, 55 

Elisabeth, 55 

Kesia, 56 

Lucy, 153 

Marion, 281 
Woodbury, Ebeneaer, 71 

Lydia L., 71 
Woodford, Jems a, 163 
Woods, Amaaiah, 284 

Belle C, 284 

George A., 173 

Margaret D., 173 

Olive M., 284 
Woodward, Kesia, 56 

Sarah, 243 



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Woodworth, D. W., 238 

Mary R., 238 
Wright Almaria E., 275 

Came M., 276 

Charles M.» 106 

Edwin A., 275 

George J., 201 

Joriah,74 

Lydia,74 

Martha R., 106 

Sarah W., 201 
Wj^tt, Anna M., 243 

Dorothy, 243 

Thomas, 243 



Yawger, Qara B., 258 

Ernest 8., 258 
Young, Ahira, 205 

Alexander, 80 

Beielael,54 

Caroline, 146 

Carrie A., 325 

Clara B., 258 

Clara T., 336 

Comelia,205 

EUaL.,283 

Emma L., 100 

Ernests., 258 

H. A., 336 



Young, Hannah, 146 

Martha A., 222 

Mary, 54, 80 

Moses C, 325 

Moses M., 336 

NeUie G., 325 

Robert, 109, 222 

Sarah, 25 

Simon, 146 
Yoric, JohnTuO 

Lucretia Bucknam, 140 

Margery, 154 

Sarah, 140 
Zuck, Carrie E., 342 



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Abington, 72 
Aoton, 218, 330 
Alabama, 120 
Alameda. Cal., 113 
Albany, N. Y., 292, 358 
AlfrecC Me., 150 
Amesbuxy, 114 
Amhent, Me^ 241 
Amhent, N. 8.^^15 
Anawan, la., 230 
ADdover, 113-116, 165, 

103 104 
Andover, Me., 240 
Aim Arbor, Mich., 360 
Anson, Me., 152 
Antony, Eng^ 170 
Antrim, N/H., 340 
Arsenta, Ark., 221 
Aifington, 271 
Arrowsic, Me., 20 
Asheville, N. 6., 237 
A8hland,314 
Athens, Me., 152 
Auburn, 260 
Auburn. Me., 120, 217, 

304,356,374 
Augusta, Me., 218, 340 
Aurora, Me., 241 
Aux Gayes, Hayti, 235 
Azminster, Eng., xi, xiv- 

xix, 1, 8, 0, 13 

Bainbridi^, O., 236 

BalUmore, Md., 107, 266 

Bangor, Me., 151 

Barnstable, 21. 22, 40, 41, 
47, 60. 70, 71, 84, 00, 
121, 122, 124, 205-200, 
205-207, 200, 351. 353 

Barre, 02, 03, 161-163, 
257-260, 332-334 

Bartlett's Isl., 336 

Barstow, Ga., 185 

Bastrop. Tex., 210 

Bath, Me., 110, 120, 100, 
200,283,368 

Bedford, 135 



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Belfast, Me.. 101 

Beliae, Honduras, 335 

Belmont, 270 

Belpr^, O., 04, 166, 166, 
262 

Belvidere. N. Y., 258 

Benton, 6,, 332 

Berkeley, Gal., 325 

Beveriy, 160, 167, 160, 
256, 264, 336, 338, 353, 
360 

Biddefoid, Me., 152, 222 

Billerica, 242, 253 

Billings, Mont., 263 

Blandford, 212, 301 

Bolton, 03 

Boothbay, Me., 58 

Boston, 13, 14, 21, 25-27, 
32-35, 45-48, 53, 55-50, 
77-82, 01, 06-101, 103- 
105, 107, 100, 110, 112, 
113, 115-117, 120, 136, 
137, 140, 145, 148, 150, 
152, 155, 160, 168-184, 
186-180, 101, 104, 107, 
108, 200-204, 206, 208, 
220, 223, 225, 230, 231, 
235, 242, 243, 251, 253- 
250, 264-273, 276, 278, 
270, 281, 282, 286-288, 
202, 208, 300, 303, 304, 
310, 311, 313^15, 325, 
328, 332-356, 363, 366, 
368^0,373,375477 

Bc^lston, 164, 261, 262 

Bo^ston, W., 223 

Bradford, 284 

Braintroe, N., 13, 61, 65, 
00, 117, 100-201, 200, 
287, 288, 200, 3^, 370, 
371.377 

Brashier, La., 278 

Brattleboio. Vt., 282 

Brewton, Ala., 217 

Bridgton, Me., 85 

Bridgewater, 121, 42, 71- 
73, 75, 105, 127, 133, 

410 



Bridgewaier — Continued 

274, 324, 350 
Bridgewater, £., 72, 100, 

101,268,360,370 
Bridgewater, N., 128, 211- 

214, 301, m 354 
Bridgewater, W., 346 
Brighton, 270 
Bristol, 38, 63 
Brockton, 212, 214, 275, 

286, 301, 303, 346, 347, 

354, 373 
Brookfield, 134 
Brookline, 174, 286, 208, 

334,340,353 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Ill, 131, 

175, 177, 220, 275, 327, 

368 
BrooksviUe, W., Me., 246 
Brunswick, Me., 210, 248 
Buckfield, Me., 127, 217, 

237 
Buenos Ayres, 04 
Buffalo, N. Y., 127 
Buriington, la., 266 
Buxton, Me., 152, 243, 244 

Gahaba,Ala.,128,213 
Galais, Me., 143 
Galcutta, Ind., 226 
Galgary, Alberta, 315 
Gambndge, 43, 46, 76, 
106, 113, 145, 168, 178, 
180, 184, 200, 230, 242, 
250, 271, 281, 286, 287, 
204, 316, 327, 330, 343, 
847,373 
Gambridge, W., 100 
Gamden, Me., 151, 314, 

368 
Camden, 8. G., 263 
Ganton, 101, 200, 374 
Gape Breton, 35 
Gape God, 70 
Gape Elizabeth, Me., 246 
Gape Francais, Hayti, 57 
Garver, 378 



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Gaaeo, Me., 236 
Ghalsrave, zii, xiii 
Gharteston, S^. C, 70, 325 
Charieston, W., Vt.. 243 
Chariestown, 29, 32, 34, 

48, 55, 99, 114, 140, 157, 

190, 195, 215, 238, 239, 

253, 266, 270, 280, 285, 

303, 318, 338, 354, 355, 

366 
Chatham, 122 
Ghehnsford, 310, 330, 331 
Ghdaea, 86, 132, 145, 178, 

208, 249, 297, 342, 347, 

360,371 
Chesterfield, N. H.. 56 
Chicago, m., 113, 248, 

255, 263, 269, 320, 321, 

342, 354, 371 
Chioopee, 224, 357, 376 
Chipman, N. B., 248 
Choconia N. H.. 265, 338 
Chula Vista, Cal., 355 
Cincinnati, O., 123, 124, 

127, 207, 231, 232, 272, 

346 
Claiborne Co., Miss., 95 
Glaremont, Cal., 261 
Claremont, N. H., 290 
Cleyeland, O., 279 
Cohaaset, Conehaaaet, 11, 

13. 74, 80 
CdLchester, Conn., 299 
Colorado College, 151 
Concord, 55, 134, 136, 

267, 298, 330, 331 
Concord, N. H., 230 
Concord Junction, 253 
Connecticut, 117 
Constantino, Mich., 185 
Conway, N. H., 208 
Copake, N. Y., 299 
CorUand, N. Y., 133, 

161 
Cortlandville, N. Y.. 257 
Cottage Grove, Minn., 

322 
Cousin's Island, Me., 88, 

149, 150 
Crookston, Mont., 365 
Crown Point, 42 
Cumberland, Me., 51, 159, 

236,254 
Cumberiand Mills, Me.. 

248 
Gushing, Me., 145 

DaUas, Tex., 372 



Dallas Center, la., 269, 

341,342 
Dalton, 301 
Dana, 257 
Danvers, 194 
Danville, Me., 120, 202 
Dartmouth, 21, 70, 295 
Death Valley, Cal., 260 
Dedham, 198, 267, 341 
Deering, Me., 155 
Delaware, 120 
Denmaric, Me., 240 
Dennis, 294, 297, 350 
Denver, Colo., 113, 151, 

220,263,292 
Derby, Eng^ 170 
Deny, N. H.. 310 
Des Moines, la., 238 
Detroit, Mich., 321 
Detroit, Minn., 322 
Dettingen, 52 
Devondiire, Eng., zi, xiii, 

XV, 1 

Dexter, Me., 183 

Dighton, 183 

Dorchester, 26, 71, 85, 
187, 206, 223, 235, 
251, 268, 287, 288, 839 

DouglBS,232 

Dover, 58 

Dover, Me^ 240 

Durham, Me., 158, 241 

Duxbury, 21, 38, 39, 62- 
64,88,107-118,183-192, 
196-199, 254-277, 278, 
280,283,344-346 

Easthampton, 209 
East Machias, Me., 151 
Easton, 105 
Eastport, Me., 322 
E.Otisfield,Me.,236 
Edgeeomb, Me., 236, 240 
Edmgton, Me., 248 
Egrem<»it, 300 
E£ypt,229 
E@n, HI., 376 
Elmhurst, N. Y., 360 
Enfield, N. H., 280 [311 
England, 1, 9, 137, 138, 
Everett, 191, 192, 281» 

284,315 
Exeter, N. H., 113, 326 

Fairfaaven, 215 
Falmouth, 71. 262 
Falmouth, Me., 84, 125, 
130, 151, 209 



Fan River, 205 
Faimington, la., 268, 341 
Fitchburg, 63, 275, 357, 

358 
FitiwiUiam, N. H., 310 
florenoe, Italy, 167, 160 
Fort Gibson, 174 
Fort JesBup, Tex., 99 
Fort Wayne, Ind., 287 
Fox River, N. B., 315 
Foxboro, 141 
Foxcroft, Me.. 150, 240 
Fnnklin, N. EL, ^ 
Freeport, Me., 51, 139, 149 

Galesburg, RL, 322 
Gardiner, Me., 188, 198 
Gardner, 329, 332, 360 
Geisenheim, Germany, 256 
Genoa, O., 211 
Georgetown, 328 
Georgetown Me., 29, 120 
Gillingham, Norfolk, Eng., 

311, 312 
Gloucester, 38, 89, 179, 

227, 255, 347 
Gorham, Me., 243, 325 
Goshen, Ind., 186 
Grafton, 162 
Granby, 357 
Great Harrington, 126, 

210,300 
Great Falls, N.H., 140 
Greenwich, 163 
Grinndl, la., 222 
Groton, 212, 218, 224, 

305,310 
Groveland, 328 
Guilfoid, Me., 88. 149, 

150, 239, 241, 319 

Haokettstown, N. J., 272 
Haitien, Hayti, 57 
Hakodadi, Japan, 179 
Halifax, 41, 74, 125, 126, 

274^326,373 
Halifax, N. S., 78, 197 
Hammond, Wis., 132 
HanmiontoiL N. J.. 181 
Hampton, N. H., 336 
Hampton Roads, Va., 158 
Hanover, 66, 67, 114, 120, 

121, 152, 192, 204, 284^ 

289, 348, 349 
Hanson, 195. 285 
Harpewell,51 
Hartford, Cosm., 26, 72, 

140, 184, 356 



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Hartford, Me., 72 
Harwich, 116, 130, 215 
Hatfield, 127 
HaverhiU, 133, 179, 243, 

306 
Hayti, 235. 236 
Hebron, Me., 84, 86, 237, 

238 
Hemdon, Va., 159 
Hingham, jiii, 1, 6, 8, 9, 
11, 15, 19, 22, 24, 32-40, 
41, 43,^45, 46, 49, 50, 
53, 54, 56, 57, 60, 66, 
67, 68, 71, 77^ 82, 
83, 88, 89, 100, 110, 
112, 116-121, 138-140, 
181, 186, 201-204, 227- 
230, 288-292, 312, 348, 
349 
IBnadale, 211 
Holden, 238, 262, 332 
Hblden, Me., 241 
HoUiston, 314, 349, 350 
Holyoke. 356, 357, 359 
Homer, N.Y., 75, 132, 214 
Honolulu, H. I., 356 
Hopkinton, 48, 82, 141, 

232, 314. 332 
Hubbard, Minn., 318 
Hubbaidston, 257 
Hudson, 330, 339 
Hudson, N.Y., 157 
Hull, 2, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 14, 
16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 29, 
32, 35, 37, 39, 50, 51, 
56, 59, 60, 61, 68, 85, 
101-104, 177-179, 270 
Huntington, Conn., 78 
Hyannis, 295, 297, 352, 
Hyde Park, 306 ]358 

Illinois, 141 

Indianapolis, Ind., 268 
Iowa aty. la., 222 
Ipswich, JBng., 317 
Ipswich, 98 
Ithaca, N. Y., 258 

Jackson, N. Y., 224 
Jaffray, N. H., 76, 224 
Jamaica Plain, 78, 369 
Jamestown, N. D., 366 

Ealispel, Mont^ 318 
Kansas City, Mo., 262 
Keosaqua, la., 341, 342 
Ksnnebunk, Me., 360, 361 
Kennebunkport, Me., 203 



Kingston, 21, 62, 73, 74, 
108, 112, 277, 280, 312, 
326, 327, 344-346, 373 

iOnnickinnie, Wis., 318, 
365 

La Mesa, Cal., 333 
Lake Champlain, 78 
Lake Geor^, 78 
Lakeport, Cal., 355 
Lancaster, 75, 134, 217, 

218. 221, 222 
LanesDoro, 326 
Lansingburgh, N. Y., 94, 

165 
Lawrence, 153, 243 
Lawrence. Kan., 199 
Lawrenoeburg, la., 260 
Lebanon, Conn., 119, 201 
Lebanon, N. H., 332 
Lee 297 
Leeds, Me., 149, 152, 242, 

332 
Leicester, 22. 129, 214 
Lewiston, Me., 321, 322, 

356, 366, 367, 368. 374 
Lesdngton, 24, 43, 64, 75, 

86, 134-136, 224 
lincohi, Me., 326 
Lincohi, Neb., 288 
Lisbon, 57 

Litchfield, Conn., 166 
Little Britain, N. Y., 360 
Little Compton, R. L, 21, 

38,51 
Little Rock, Ark., 220 
Littleton, 310, 360 
Littleton, N. H., 299 
Liyennore, N., Me., 321 
Livermore Falls, Me., 248, 

327,366 
Liverpool, Eng., 146, 209, 
Logan, Ind., 166 (251 
Logan Point, Ind., 185 
London, Eng., 79, 170, 

338,361-363 
Londonderry, N. H.,266 
Lone Tree, ia^ 335 
Los Angeles, Cal., 359 
Louisbuig, 36 
Louisville, Ky., 320 
LoweU, 212.2^,316 
Loyalton. Cal., 306 
Lubec. Me., 145, 301 
Lunenburg, 313 
Lynn, 2, 114, 147, 215, 

235, 253, 267, 324, 367 
Lycms, la., 307 



Maccan,N.S.,315,364 
Mala«^ Spain, 139, 229, 

230,264,312,313,363 
Maiden, 114, 131, 191, 

192, 220, 281, 288, 307. 
Manchester, la., 238 (374 
Manchester, N. H., 247 
Mankato, Minn., 304, 355 
Mansfield, W., O., 183, 

274 
Mttrblehead, 94, 96, 135, 

174, 196, 285 
Mare Island, Cal., 190 
Marietta O., 95 
Marion City, la.. 335 
Mariborou^, 34, 55, 77, 

92-94, 163 J64, 310 
Marbw. N. H., 360 
Maneilles, Fiance, 208 
Marehfiold, 99-114, 188, 

190, 195, 215, 254, 279. 
Martinique, 63 [303 

Mason, N. H., 76, 136, 

224 
Matagorda, Tex., 219 
MaysvUle, Me., 131, 132 
Medford,14,199,287,303 
Medina, O., 184, 221 
Mehtwe, 215, 291, 297, 

352, 353, 366, 374 
Mendon, 200, 308 
Merrimac, 114, 130 
Methuen, 236 
Mexico, 229 
Middleborough, 200, 275, 

293.373 
Middletown, Conn., 123' 
Milford,82,260,261 
MiUbrook, 283 
Millbuiy, 172 
Milo, Me., 347 
Milton, 152, 159, 166, 

244, 349 
Milwaukee, Wis., 222, 

321, 322j 366 
Minneapolis, Minn., 213, 

237, 243» 366, 367 
Bifinot, Me., 147 
Mobile, Ala., 128, 295 
MoUne, 111^239, 261 
Monson,258 
Monson, Me^ 236, 241 
Montreal, Canada, 287. 
Montville, Me., 260 (320 
Moorhead, Mina., 237, 

318 
Moorhead, Wis., 365 
Mt. Jackson, Pa., 186 



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Nahttnt, 170 
Nankin, Mioh., 118 
Nantucket, 178 
NantuAket Shoals, 173 
NarraganaetiNo. 2, 47 
Nashua, N. H., 224 
Natick, 141, 260, 310, 335. 
Neponaet, 188 [370 

Newark, N. J., 181 
Newark Valley, N. Y., 

268,833,334 
New Bedford, 172, 197, 

280, 295, 350 
Newburyport, 108, 157, 

180,805 
New Bimintree, 301 
New QlouoeBter, Me., 86, 

131, 147, 149, 150, 152, 

236, 2i9, 240. 820 
New Haven, Conn., 100 
New Marlborough, 210, 

364 
New Orieana, La., 120, 

123, 171, 184, 187, 195 
Newport, R. 1^297 
Newport, N. Y., 142 
Newton, 46, 73, 98-112, 

129, 174, 175, 208, 220, 
232,236,265,298,311, 
330, 343, 353, 361, 367, 
876 

New YoKk, N. Y., 48, 70, 
76, 82, 102. 123, 126, 

130, 142, 169, 193, 201, 
210, 223, 229, 233, 243, 
286. 294, 332, 338, 351, 

Nwfdik, 112 [3^ 

NorfoQuhire. Eng., 1 

NorridgBwock, Me., 218- 
220,305-807,36^68 

N. Abington, 286 

N. Adams, 278, 279, 346 

Northampton, 211 

Northborough, 184, 170, 
222, 267/867 

N.Biookfield,218 

North Yarmouth, Me., 
27, 29. 51, 54, 84^, 
147-169, 202, 236, 239, 
244-266, 324, 326, 329, 

Norway, Me., 288 [330 

Norwdl,290 

Norwioh, Conn., 166 

Norwich, Vt . 170 

Norwood, 389 

Oakham, 213, 240, 301, 
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Oakland, Gal., 219, 260 
Olivet, Mich., 321 
Omaha, Neb., 238, 270 
Onset, 275 
Orange, 250 
Orange, N. H., 212 
Orange, £.,N. J., 809, 310 
Orange Paric, 302 
Orleans, 131, 215 
Orono, Me., 238 
Onge,Ia.,238 
Oskaloosa, la., 262, 268 
Osbum, Mo., 333 
Osceola, Neb., 333, 369 
Oswego, N.Y., 141 
Otis Fails, Me., 327 
Owego, N. Y., 278, 346 
Oxford, Eng., 226 

Pahner, 154, 302 
Palo Alto, Gal., 219 
Paris, Fhmoe, 123, 338 
Paikman, Me., 150, 318 
Park Rapids, Minn., 318 
Pasadena, Gal., 243 
Paasamaquoddy, Me., 49, 

50 
Ptoibroke, 24, 39, 54, 63, 
64, 108, 112-116, 189, 
192, 193, 196, 196, 274, 
284. 286, 311, 326 
P^^E&ld,N.Y.,221 
Pepperell, 310 
Peraam,Me., 181 
Perry, Me., 49, 82, 83, 
1^145, 233, 316, 316, 
3A4 
Peterboro, N. H., 221, 364 
Petersham, 92, 161, 163, 

256, 257. 332, 333 
Philadelphia, Pa., 160, 
I^iillipston, 238 (3^ 

Phippsbufg, Me., 238, 241 
Pittsburgh, Pa., 127 
Pittston, 305 
Plumas Go., Gal., 307 
Plymouth, 22, 23, 74, 182, 
188, 189, 197, 216, 260, 
276, 280, 296, 326, 344, 
346 
Plymouth patent, 1 1 
Plympton, 23, 41, 42, 62, 
71, 74, 75, 106, 106, 
108, 124, 127, 130, 182, 
183, 192, 214-216, 272. 
276, 276. 326, 344, 378 
Ponttac, Mich., 94 
Port Gibson, Miss., 96 



Portland, Me., 87, 100, 
114, 126, 130, 131, 138, 
139, 147, 160-162, 166, 
169, 160, 209, 214, 216, 
236, 236, 240-246, 250, 
252, 268, 304, 317, 320- 
327,364-366 

Portland. Ore., 123, 340 

P<Ht Mahon, 86 

Portsmouth, N. H., 86, 
188, 297, 311 

Pownal, Me., 61, 84, 146, 
169, 233-236, 247, 316, 

PreBCott,WiB.,326 [366 

Pride's Grossing, 168, 264- 
266,336-338,369 (219 

Prince Edward Island, 

Princeton, 31, 161, 266 

Providence, R. 1., 202, 
233, 267, 271, 296, 373 

Provincetown, 206, 296, 
296, 350, 351 

Quebec, 78 

Quincy, 121, 186, 200, 

274, 287, 307 
Quincy, Gal., 307, 359 

Raleigh, N. G., 229 
Randolph, 128, 276, 291 
Raymond, Me., 236 
Raynham, 106, 183, 233, 
Readfiekl, Me., 39 (274 
Reading, 192, 193, 282, 

283 347 
Reading, S., 188, 231, 239 
Reading, Eng., 227 
Rehoboth, 2, 13, 41 
Reno, Nev., 307 
Revere, 334 
Rockland. 348 
Richmond, Me., 149 
Rindge, N. H., 136 
Rising Sun, Ind., 165 
River Falls, Wis., 287 
Riverside, Gal., 215 
Robbinston, Me., 146, 233 
Rochester, 33, 41, 64 
Rochester, N. H., 200 
Rockford, lU., 268 
Rockland, 190, 203, 289 
Rocklin, Gal., 326 
Rockport, Me., 161 
Rome, Italy, 169 
RosBville, la., 336 
Roxbury, 47, 76, 78, 111, 

187, 138, 197, 234 



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RoKbuiy, W., 229, 200. 
RuaseU, 314 13^ 

Rutland, 81 

8ae atj, Ia., 262 
SackyilIe,N.B.,364 
w oiA 8«». Me., 106, 168, 243 

^ ^ St. Aupwtine, Fla., 228 

„ ^ St Domingo, 120 

^f * St. Hdena (Id.) 293 

St John, N. B., 166, 190,^ 
Hl*i 263,324 

^7. 31J St Johns, Nfld., 279 

., Jg» St Joseph, Fla., 228 

^^.2W. Bt LouM, Mo., 132, 186, 

^ PW 244, 2M 

U St Paul, Minn., 326, 366 

^, St Peter, Minn., 365 

'^ Salem, 2, 66, 80, 114, 168, 

^5 166, 194, 227, 239, 263, 

'^ 311, 312, 334 

San Andreas, Cal., 272 
San Antonio, Tex., 133, 
244,323 
om San Bernardino, Cal., 222 

^ San Diego, Cal., 237, 261, 

Q 333, 336, 366 

Sandisfield, 364 
Sandwich, 20, 34, 62, 79, 
207,274 
291 Sanford, Me., 242. 324 

San Francisco, Cal., 90, 
233, 123, 128, 176, 179, 269, 

r274 272,273,340,369,372 

2S2, Sangerville, Me., 160, 239 

Santa Rosa, Cal., 333 
.239 Saskatoon, Saak.. 207 , 

Saugerties, N. Y., 264 
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont 248, 
Savannah. Qa., 142 [249 
Saxton's River, Vt, 243 
Scituate, 21, 22, 66, 66, 
108, 120, 279, 286, 288, 
289,348 
] Sdtuate. S., 288 

J Scotland, 138 

Scranton, Pa., 186 
^ Seakonk, 2 

Sepu]pa,Ok]a.,244 
Shapleigh, Me., 162, 240, 
241,319,320 
I Sharon, 146 

Sharon, Wis., 222 
Shaw's Flat, Cal., 223 
Sheffield, 126, 127, 210, 
211, 300, 364 
I Shiriey, Me., 149, 237-240, 

318 



Shrewsbury, 322, 367, 868 
Shrewsbuiy, Vt, 161 
Sidney, Me., 241 
Siena Valley, Cal., 186 
Simla, India, 264 
Sioux City, la., 336 
fflcamokawa, Wash., 113 
Skelton Grange, Eng., 227 
Skowhegan, Me., 238 
SmithMd, Me., 306 
Solon, Me., 218 
Somerville, 200, 286, 297, 
362, 363, 356, 373, 374 
Southboio, 163 
Southbridge, 223 
South Braintvee, 373 
South Hadley, 239, 369 
Southwick, fing., 226 
Spencer, 72, 81, 128, 129 
r, N. Y., 162, 257, 



Springfield, 108, 136, 137, 

186, 231, 367, 374, 376 
Springfield, 01., 342 
Springvale, Me^ 242 
Stata3>urg, S. C., 128, 214 
Steriing, 76, 134, 162, 217,. 

222, 267, 304-^06, 306, 

309,366.360 
Steuben, N. Y., 294 
Stockport, N.Y., 130 
Stockton, Cal. 319 
Stoneham, 271 
Stoughton. 106, 195, 196, 

276,286 
Stratfoid, Conn., 46, 76-78 
Sturbridge, 165 
Sudbury, 29, 34, 61, 55, 

66, 94, 96, 166 
Sumner, Me^ 267 
Sumter, S. (J., 213, 302 
Sunny MiU, Eng., 226 
Sunnyside, Cal., 307 
Sutton, 129 
Sweden, Me., 240 

TallahasBee,Fla., 101 
Taunton, 201, 280, 288, 

299,303.304,307 
Temple, Me., 187 
Templeton, 80, 360 
Thomaston, Me., 146, 189, 

236,270,317 
Thompeonville, Conn., 

356, 374 
Tidioute, Pa., Ill 
Tiverton, R. 1., 47 
Top8field,198 



Topaham, Me., 160 

Toronto, Ont, 227 

Town8end,310 

Troy,N.Y.,94 

TnuOf 361. 373 

Turner, Me., 74, 76, 127, 

133,216,217 
7\ixner, N., Me., 303 



Union, Conn., 92 
Unity, Me., 180 
Urbana, O., 123 
Utica, N. v., 233 

Vancouver, B. C, 320 
Vassalboio, Me., 306, 360 
Vennont 100, 127 
Vernon Center, 366 
Victoria, B. C, 247 
^^rginia City, Nev., 360 

Waco, Tex., 366 
Walla Walla, Wash.. 340 
Walnut HiU, Me., 167, 168 
Walpole, 272, 339, 342, 
Walpole, N. H., 123 |366 
Waltham, 136, 200, 338, 

340 
Wardsboro, W., Vt, 366 
Ware, 163 
Warren, N. H., 269 
Washington, D. C, 130, 

171, 242, 269, 266, 271, 

278 
Washington, Pa., 196 
Washington Co., Tex., 219 
Waterboro. Me., 208, 311 
Waterloo, N. Y., 210 (376 
Watertown, 114, 346, 360, 
Waterville, Me., 218, 219' 

367 
Watsonviljle, CaL, 237 
Weir River, 2 
Weld, Me., 366 
Wenham, 228 [364 

Westborough, 260, 349, 
Westfield. N. J., 320 
Westbrook, Me., 216 
Westmoreland. N. H., 181 
Weston, 76, 230 
Westwood,363 
Weymouth, 9, 64, 99, 118, 

177, 201, 289, 290, 338^ 

348, 369, 370 
White City, Kan., 270 
Whitefield, Me., 162 



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900,353 WiaoQDsin, 160 297,349 . 

Whitman, 191, 286, 347, Wobum, 199, 208, 272, Yannouth, S., 360 

360 298, 377 Yarmouth, Me. (See also 

WihningtoD, N. C, 80, Woodstock, Vt., 242 North Yarmouth, Me.), 

228, 302 Woolwich, Me., 246 61, 166, 238, 240, 241, 

Winchend<m, 330, 333 Woroeeter, 163, 166, 187, 244, 247 261, 316, 317, 

^mchester, 199, 287, 347 206, 220, 223, 231, 232, 323, 327, 329, 331, 364, 

Windsor Castle, xii 268, 261, 302, 306, 334, 366, 368, 377 

Wmalow, Me., 218, 219, 366,367,369 Yoiktown, N. Y., 127 

220, 306 Worthington, 213 
Wmthrop, 171, 282, 347 

Winthzop, Me., 241 Yankton, 8. D., 238 ZaneariUe, O., 320 



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